Industry And Military Leaders Will Gather At The RAF Museum In
With the current operations in Libya directly impacting the
direction of the fighter jet market, military and industry
professionals are faced with the challenge of defining immediate
upgrade plans and future capability developments. Among the issues
are the prioritizaion for future fighter modernization programs in
light of these recent operations and tightening budgets, and the
options of procuring new fighters now, potentially saving on costs
in the long run, versus service life extensions.
Patented Program Helps Unmanned Aircraft Systems Avoid Hazards
That Cost Millions In Damaged Planes
A radar technology that will provide both military and civil air
traffic controllers with the capability to avoid airborne hazards
around unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) has been developed and
patented by Raytheon.