Raytheon at Dubai Airshow

14.11.2011 UAE
Raytheon at Dubai Airshow

Raytheon at Dubai Airshow

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Raytheon Company is highlighting a wide range of advanced technologies for international customers at the 2011 Dubai Air Show (13-17 November) spanning integrated air and missile defense, global ISR, integrated fighter products, land and naval weapons, air traffic management and more.

  • The National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS) is a surface-launched Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile system.

The U.S. Army Air & Missile Defense Command has used NASAMS to protect the National Capital Region since 2006. Raytheon offers a family of missiles that can be integrated into the NASAMS launcher. Find out why NASAMS is an ideal solution for the United Arab Emirates and other Middle East countries.

  • With customers in more than 50 countries around the world, Raytheon is a global leader in air traffic management and air travel safety and security.

Raytheon provides highly reliable sensor and information processing systems with state-of-the-art technology, experienced engineering design and test, and unparalleled support for mission-critical air traffic management operations worldwide, in both civil and military markets. Raytheon will provide updates about its ATM business.

  • Talon has completed a rigorous series of tests in the U.S. and U.A.E. with successful safe separation flights, pilot training for guided flight tests, prove-in of test range telemetry capabilities, and guided flight tests from the Apache helicopter. The TALON LGR team will provide details about the completion of our flight test program and important next steps.
  • Proven as the prime systems integrator on ASTOR and the Shadow Mk 1 for the UK Ministry of Defense, and empowered by the recent acquisition of Applied Signal Technology, Raytheon is pursing Special Mission Aircraft business around the globe.

Raytheon offers an affordable, low-risk approach to meeting customers' mission needs, which leverages recent successes in the U.K. as a systems integrator.

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