TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 21, 2021 — David Appel, vice president of command and control data solutions at Raytheon Technologies‘ (NYSE: RTN) intelligence and space business, said an open systems architecture has the potential to speed up data processing for the Department of Defense’s signals intelligence mission, ExecutiveBiz reported June 1.
“Moving to an open-systems architecture creates an environment where systems owners can work with any vendor at any time. With this approach, we can take existing hardware and increase its capacity and processing speeds significantly,” said Appel.
Christopher Worley, acting director of tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance for space and and C2 systems at RI&S, noted that adaptive data analysis and assessment systems could help commanders stay ahead of adversaries.
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