Raytheon to Showcase Battle Control and Cyber Technologies at 2015 Paris Air Show


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With the 2015 Paris Air Show fast approaching, premier cybersecurity provider Raytheon plans to entice current and future clients with its latest portfolio of missile defense technologies, ultra-powerful radars, missile interceptors, and jammers.

Raytheon Chairman and CEO Thomas A. Kennedy comments, “The evolving cyber threat from sophisticated nation-state adversaries and criminal enterprises has led to global demand for cybersecurity solutions. The Paris Air Show affords us an ideal venue to show our international customers how our defense-grade cybersecurity technology can guard their military, commercial and critical infrastructure.”

Raytheon plans to showcase the following products and technologies to US-allied customers at the 2015 Paris Air Show:

  • The new ground-launched short-to-intermediate range ballistic missile interceptor Standard Missile-3
  • C5I which builds upon the concept of C4I (command, controls, computers, and intelligence) with the addition of the cyber element
  • The long-range, high altitude, all-weather Global Patriot Solutions which has recently selected by NATO member Poland for its “Wisla” air and missile defense program
  • The 155mm Excalibur precision projectile which is capable of hitting targets 30 miles away when fired from an M109A2/A3 howitzer
  • DARPA-backed hypersonic weaponry that consists of missiles flying at speeds in excess of Mach 5
  • The Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II) integrated with a millimeter wave radar to provide maximum threat tracking and detection, allowing weapons to engage both moving and fixed targets

Established in 1922, the Raytheon Company is a major American defense contractor with core manufacturing concentrations in weapons and military and commercial electronics. Until early 2007, it was involved in corporate and special mission aircraft. Currently, Raytheon stands as the world’s largest producer of guided missiles. Today, the Raytheon Company employs a 63,000-strong workforce worldwide and consistently reports annual revenues of approximately US$25 billion. More than 90% of Raytheon's revenues were obtained via military contracts and, as of 2012, it is the fifth-largest military contractor in the world. It is also the fourth-largest defense contractor in the United States by revenue.

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