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Raytheon mixes up international ISR offerings

16th July 2013 - 17:54 GMT | by Andrew White in London


The future of airborne ISR will come from the ‘optimisation’ of modular and flexible systems, say Raytheon officials.

According to executives from the company’s airborne solutions business, international opportunities will require a ‘mix- and-match’ of both tactical and strategic platforms and sensors.

Paul Francis, head of airborne solutions responsible for Raytheon’s Sentinel and Shadow capabilities, said: ‘It’s making the best of what you’ve got- multi-intelligence ISR capability to international customers.’

Francis described maritime surveillance and border protection as key requirements for international customers, be they tactical King Air 350R derivatives or the more strategic Sentinel-type platform.

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Andrew White


Andrew White

Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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