Multi-domain Command and Control
Tomorrow’s wars will not be fought in individual domains or won by individual solutions. Only by connecting domains and networking battle systems will commanders enable near-instantaneous decision-making — and ensure mission success. To rapidly make multi-domain C2 possible, Raytheon is partnering with non-traditional companies to integrate the best commercial software into existing defense systems.
Combining the best defense systems with the best commercial technologies
Working closely with some of the best minds in Silicon Valley, Raytheon is quickly and cost-effectively leveraging commercial advances in automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning to break down stovepipes and modernize C2 architecture.
This approach has already enabled the U.S. Air Force to develop new applications that accelerate and automate once-complex tasks like target planning and battle damage assessment — and deploy these powerful new tools in weeks, instead of years.
Our approach in action
Agile For The Armed Forces
Adopting commercial methods to improve military software
The AI Whisperer
Optimizing AI by gaining a better understanding of how it thinks
U.S. Military Dominance Requires Better Command and Control
Modernizing C2 infrastructure to ensure tomorrow’s mission success
Defend across domains
Raytheon’s pioneering work in multi-domain C2 is fueled by deep expertise across multiple capabilities.
Conducting vulnerability assessments. Hardening existing platforms. Monitoring every touchpoint. With deep end-to-end cyber expertise across markets, sectors and continents, Raytheon assures data integrity — and enables commanders to trust networked C2 systems. Learn more.
Raytheon rapidly turns vast amounts of data across systems, platforms and domains into actionable insight that fuels near-instantaneous decision-making. From assessing enemy threats to estimating response effectiveness to presenting optimal avenues of action, we’re giving commanders the situational awareness they need to ensure mission success. Learn more.
From image and pattern recognition to sensor tasking and orchestration, Raytheon is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate existing C2 systems. This enables commanders to assimilate available information in context and automatically generate successful courses of action.