Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Polish technology firm TELDAT will collaborate to offer a range of software, hardware and service offerings for defense customers in Poland and the international market.
The companies agreed to explore new business opportunities in the areas of military communications, command and control, systems integration and Internet Protocol-based networking, Raytheon said Monday.
Mike Shaughnessy, vice president of supply chain at Raytheon’s integrated defense systems business, said that Raytheon and TELDAT have worked as a team for more than two years.
“This is yet another example of our commitment to deliver significant and sustainable benefits to Poland’s defense industry, including work share, co-development, co-production and technology transfer,” Shaughnessy added.
TELDAT-built data communications technology has been used in overseas military trainings, operations and research programs.
Raytheon is one of two contractors selected to compete in Poland’s missile defense system competition.