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Dave Wajsgras of Raytheon Discusses Airspace Modernization During PAS 2019

Jeff Brody

During last week’s 53rd Annual International Paris Air Show, Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon’s intelligence, information and services business and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient, spoke with Shepard Media regarding the current landscape of the airspace industry and how Raytheon is preparing for the future as it continues to evolve.

“Raytheon has been involved in air traffic management and the airspace for over 50 years,” Wajsgras explained. “Even today, Raytheon touches about 60 percent of all the air traffic that happens daily around the globe. It really is a core competency and we have a very good understanding of what’s in the rear-view mirror as well as what we see going forward,” he added.

In the interview with Shepard Media, David Wajsgras discusses airspace modernization, how Raytheon manages to stay ahead of the curve in an ever-evolving sector and what the future of airspace will look like. You can see the full interview with Raytheon’s David Wajsgras right here.

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