Raytheon to Strengthen Ties With India During Aero India Trade Show in Bangalore
BANGALORE, India, Feb. 7, 2007 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) will have a major presence at the 2007 Aero India trade show in Bangalore, India, Feb. 7 - 11. As a global technology leader, Raytheon offers a variety of products and services to meet India's military and commercial needs.
"Our portfolio is broad, and it fits nicely with India's long-term plans for updating its defense capabilities," said Walt Doran, Asia regional executive for Raytheon International, Inc. "India is a key emerging market for us in Asia, and we believe our advanced technology capabilities can be tailored to support India's unique needs over the coming years."
According to Doran, a long-term partnership approach in India with private and public-sector companies would be preferable to a buyer-seller relationship.
During the Aero India show, Raytheon will display a number of products and services. Raytheon representatives will also provide information about the company's desire to build a long-term relationship with India through Raytheon's commitment to Mission Support, Mission Assurance and customer focus.
Visitors to the Raytheon booth during Aero India will find a number of products on display including:
AMRAAM - The medium range air-to-air missile provides operational flexibility and multi-shot capability. It can be launched day or night, in all weather. Its autonomous guidance capability provides the pilot with critical range-preserving launch and leave aptitude.
AIM-9M - The short-range air-to-air missile is cost effective and provides infrared tracking that is adaptable to multiple applications. Its reliable, combat-proven effectiveness and all-aspect capabilities have been demonstrated in action around the world.
Paveway™ - It is a low-cost, precision guide bomb with more than 50,000 used in combat.
JSOW - The Joint Standoff Weapon is a long-range glide bomb that offers pinpoint accuracy.
Maverick - It is the only combat-proven missile in production today that is effective against armor and/or moving targets.
HARM - The High-Speed, Anti-Radiation missile is unmatched in combat effectiveness against enemy air defenses.
AESA capabilities - Raytheon is the world leader in providing multi-mode AESA (active electronically scanned array) technology enabling platforms to simultaneously gather, process and share information, air-to-air and air-to- ground, with a speed and reliability greater than any other radar system. Raytheon's AESA systems are fully scalable and suitable for any fighter platform that requires the break-through advantages Raytheon's ground-breaking systems provide.
Advanced Targeting Pod - ATFLIR - The AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR, the U.S. Navy's targeting pod of record for the F/A-18, provides superior long-range, air-to- air tracking and target recognition, pinpoint targeting, high lethality and joint weapons support, and enhanced aircraft survivability. In both air-to- ground and air-to-air missions, ATFLIR has successfully detected, recognized and tracked targets at altitudes and at ranges substantially greater than other targeting systems.
Patriot - Raytheon is the prime contractor for the Patriot system and the system integrator for the configuration 3 system that includes the affordable GEM missile. As the system integrator, Raytheon ensures that all Patriot system components provide the warfighter a reliable and lethal capability to defeat the threats in current and future combat environments.
SL-AMRAAM - The Surface Launched AMRAAM system of systems provides the warfighter a tailorable, state-of-the-art air defense system that can defeat current and emerging cruise missile and wide range of air breathing threats. SL-AMRAAM combines combat-proven air superiority credentials with advanced fire control and battle management, unparalleled surveillance radar and launcher-missile performance.
AMHS (Air Traffic Management and Homeland Security) - Raytheon's next- generation air traffic management systems are advanced, cost-effective solutions that address the issues and challenges facing the air traffic management community in the 21st Century - traffic growth outpacing revenue growth, and the drive to increase safety, capacity and productivity in a cost- conscious environment. Using net-centric operations, Raytheon is helping customers to bridge old and new technologies to address today's issues and tomorrow's challenges.
Raytheon Company, with 2006 sales of $20.3 billion, is an industry leader in defense and government electronics, space, information technology, technical services, and business and special mission aircraft. With headquarters in Waltham, Mass., Raytheon employs more than 80,000 people worldwide.
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