Raytheon, Polish Partner To Develop New Routers For Patriot Missiles

  • Our Bureau
  • 02:04 PM, September 29, 2014
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Raytheon is partnering with TELDAT to develop and produce advanced militarized routers for the Patriot Air and Missile Defense system.

TELDAT engineers and technicians will design, integrate and qualify this key communications networking technology for Patriot. Under the initial contract, the engineering teams from each company can begin design work and trade studies.

"Raytheon looks forward to long and meaningful partnership opportunities with TELDAT. This effort demonstrates our continuous commitment to establish engineering & technology programs in Poland and to collaborate with Polish industry," said Daniel J Crowley, President, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems. "In addition, by producing this militarized router, TELDAT will have access to an export market among established users worldwide – an opportunity unique to the Patriot system."

Raytheon continues to pursue opportunities with Polish industry in preparation for the WISLA program. The company's offer for WISLA includes the development with Polish industry of a next generation Patriot solution, which incorporates -- A new Common Command and Control (CC2) system that offers open architecture & multi-role capability, which builds on and preserves the combat-proven functionality of Patriot and its inherent US/NATO interoperability. 

Introduction of a 360-degree multi-function radar using the latest advanced radar technology to provide unmatched performance, unprecedented operational readiness and the lowest maintenance cost and, the potential for integration of a new advanced Low Cost Interceptor (LCI) to further expand Patriot's ability to simultaneously fire multiple missile types to address the continuously evolving threat spectrum.

Patriot is designed with modular components allowing the system to be continually upgraded and modernized. Today, Patriot is the only combat-proven air and missile defense system, protecting the U.S. and allied forces around the world. Its 12-nation global community, including 5 NATO nations and future Patriot partners offer Poland benefits through system enhancement, training, maintenance, testing, logistics and shared costs.

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