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Raytheon's airborne reconnaissance technology has been employed on multiple aircraft, including the RB-47; Combat Dawn drones; RC-135 Rivet Joint; Global Hawk; Predator Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS); Reaper UAS and the U-2 airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.
2, which processes, exploits and disseminates data from the Global Hawk, Predator and U-2 airborne reconnaissance systems.
In addition to lasers, Elop's main business areas include: remote sensing - space systems, airborne reconnaissance, observation and surveillance systems; armored fighting vehicles upgrades and systems; thermal imaging; displays; and electro-optics counter-measures.
Department of Defense and allied military services use the company's battery-powered, hand-launched UAS to provide situational awareness to tactical operating units through real-time, airborne reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition.
Lawrence has also held a variety of scientific and research leadership positions, including director of advanced technology for the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office; deputy program leader, Advanced Imaging, Imaging & Detection Program of the Lasers Directorate at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; senior staff scientist of the Research & Development Division of Trex Enterprises; and research assistant and undergraduate research fellow in the Department of Physics at the California Institute of Technology.
21, 2005 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company has successfully completed flight trials and acceptance testing for the EXTRACT System, an airborne reconnaissance system aboard a special airborne reconnaissance aircraft for the United Kingdom's Royal Air Force.
The company provided airborne reconnaissance systems, ground based analysis systems and a rear crew trainer and will provide continued contractor logistic support for the new system through 2013.
Major programs under his supervision include V-22 software development and support; bomb racks and missile launchers; weapon data links; EP-3E Program systems integration and software development; Tactical Airborne Reconnaissance Pod System and Shared Reconnaissance Pod programs; M-60 tank integrated fire control systems; tactical weather systems; and F-14, F-15, F-18 Airborne Radar Depot programs.

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