Last Updated: 02/11/2014*

Far-reaching radars, laser-guided rockets and powerful new sensors are taking center stage this week as Raytheon shows off its latest technology at the Singapore Airshow.

 The company is bringing its latest innovations to the Feb. 11-16 expo at the Changi Exhibition Center, where more than 40,000 attendees from over 130 countries are gathering to see the latest in aerospace and defense technology.


An aerobatic team performs during the 2013 Singapore Airshow. This year's event promises to be even bigger.  [Courtesy of Experia Events Pte Ltd, Organizer of Singapore Airshow]

“This show is the premier event in the Asia-Pacific Rim,” said Mike Olson, senior trade show manager for Raytheon. “It always gives us a great opportunity to meet with our international customers from the region.”

Raytheon is highlighting equipment that it plans to use to upgrade more than 130 South Korean KF-16 planes. The fully integrated avionics suites include the Raytheon Advanced Combat Radar (RACR), ALR-69A all-digital radar warning receiver, advanced mission computing technology and weapon systems integration. 



Gleaming aircraft crowd the ramp at the 2013 Singapore Air Show. [Courtesy of Experia Events Pte Ltd, Organizer of Singapore Airshow]

Visitors to Raytheon’s pavilion will also learn about:

The Paveway™ family of laser-only and dual-mode GPS/laser-guided bombs, which  has revolutionized tactical air-to-ground warfare and has grown to be the trusted weapon of choice for 43 international customers. Paveway™ laser-guided bomb kits comprised the majority of air-to-ground, precision-guided weapons used in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Unified Protector in Libya.

 

Maverick, a versatile, precision-guided missile that is effective against a wide variety of fixed, stationary, moving and maneuvering targets both on land and sea. With more than 7,800 launched in combat, Maverick is employed by the U.S. Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and allied nations on more than 25 types of aircraft.

 

National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile, part of Raytheon’s integrated air and Missile defense portfolio. NASAMS works seamlessly with the Patriot Air and Missile Defense System and the Hawk Air Defense system.

 

 

ALR-69A(V), the world's first all-digital radar warning receiver (RWR). It features capabilities previously unattainable in a tactical warning receiver: suppression of enemy air defenses, easy cross-platform integration and enhanced spectral and spatial coverage for high-sensitivity detection in dense signal environments.

 

Multi-Spectral Targeting System, a family of sensor solutions that provides superior detecting, ranging and tracking for military forces worldwide. Raytheon has integrated the system on everything from C-130 planes to MH-60 helicopters and the Reaper unmanned aircraft.

 

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