Raytheon Purchases Unmanned Tech Services Firm Sensintel; Taylor Lawrence Comments

Taylor Lawrence
Taylor Lawrence

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has purchased Tucson, Ariz.-based unmanned aircraft systems services firm Sensintel for an undisclosed sum and will integrate the company into Raytheon’s missile systems business.

Taylor Lawrence, president of Raytheon’s missile systems segment, said Monday Sensintel will become a part of Raytheon’s advanced missile systems product line as Raytheon aims to grow its presence in the unmanned aircraft systems market.

Sensitel has about 50 employees and holds contracts with military organizations such as the Special Operations Command, Office of Naval Research and Air Force Research Laboratory.

The company provides remote sensing and UAS engineering services to government and commercial organizations and works to integrate sensors and subsystems into manned and unmanned aircraft.

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