This year, RTX will highlight its recently unveiled structure, a reflection of a strategic realignment of its businesses - Raytheon, Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney - to better meet customer commitments and emphasise its collective strength. The company will also demonstrate its latest technologies across all domains of battlespace capabilities that contribute to creating a more connected and sustainable aerospace ecosystem and highlight its commitment to creating sovereign industrial capabilities and develop local talent in the region.
Among the solutions displayed throughout the Dubai Airshow, RTX will showcase its expertise in developing advanced defence technologies for connected battlespace, air dominance, counter-UAS and integrated air and missile defence, space exploration solutions, military engines, cockpit and pilot capabilities to ensure better mission effectiveness as well as commercial aircraft and airport connected solutions and commercial engines that enhance the passenger journey sustainably.
“We are excited to display our wide range of cutting-edge and transformative technologies at this year’s Dubai Airshow to help build a safer and more secure world,” said Fahad Mohammed Al Mheiri, Managing Director of Raytheon Emirates, a business of Raytheon, an RTX business. “Our participation is a testament to our commitment to advancing defence capabilities and technology in the UAE and the wider region, redefining the aerospace sector, and fostering connectivity and sustainability, through leveraging RTX’s extensive knowledge in areas including sensors, secure communications, resilient networks, artificial intelligence, and effectors.”
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