PARIS, 17 June 2013. Raytheon Company (NYSE:RTN) is delivering lifelike mission scenarios that place attendees at the 50th International Paris Air Show in the heart of the action.
Features of the interactive Raytheon pavilion include:
The Joint Tactical Air Controller (JTAC): A wearable, computerized vest and thin companion display that transform aviators separated from their aircraft into dismounted soldiers who can share information and support remote targeting within the battlespace. Attendees can wear the situational awareness system and get a first-hand demo of its mission capabilities.
An F-16 Flight Console: Provides pilots with integrated battlefield information that fits seamlessly into flight operations. This hands-on demonstration allows users to experience powerful upgrade capabilities as would be experienced by military pilots. Users are offered realistic scenarios, including the ability to digitally reproduce mission-enabling images in degraded visual environments.
Additional Demonstrations and Displays: Devoted to Raytheon's leadership position in air and missile defense; global intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; precision weapons; and more.