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Defense at the speed of light
Raytheon Technologies' advanced high-power microwave and mobile, high-energy laser defeated swarms of unmanned aerial systems in a U.S. Air Force demonstration.
It’s all upskill from here
Raytheon Technologies Cyber Academy teaches employees new skills to help close talent gap.
This is not a game
Raytheon Technologies is developing a Soldier-Squad Virtual Trainer as part of the U.S. Army’s Synthetic Training Environment. It will allow soldiers to train at their home station in a realistic virtual world.
Forecasts to your front door
Hyperlocal predictions are the future of weather forecasting.
The data-driven motor pool
Analytics and AI-driven technology can predict failures on the U.S. Army's Bradley Fighting Vehicle, avoiding downtime and improving soldier safety.
Fighting the hardware hack
Cyberattacks that impact the hardware of a device are far more destructive and are becoming more common. Industrial Control System and Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition, or SCADA, systems are especially at risk.
A sunroof that saves gas
The Winston School in Dallas competes in the annual Solar Car Challenge with the assistance of a Raytheon Technologies engineer and the company.
The threat within
The best defense against the "insider threat" is knowing the network and its users, cybersecurity experts say.
How a polar satellite sees the world
Raytheon Technologies powers the newest U.S. weather forecast satellite.