Defining the Futureof Aerospace and Defense

The Merger of United Technologies and Raytheon Creates Raytheon Technologies:A Premier Systems Provider and Leader In High Technology Segments

Raytheon Technologies Pro Forma 2019E1

RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES

PRO FORMA 2019E1

Pratt & Whitney

Sales: ~$21B
UTC, Pratt & Whitney

Collins Aerospace

Sales: ~$22B
UTC, Collins Aerospace

Intelligence, Space & Airborne Systems

Sales: ~$18B
Raytheon, Space and Airborne Systems
Raytheon, Intelligence, Information & Services
UTC, Mission Systems
Raytheon, Forcepoint

Integrated Defense & Missile Systems

Sales: ~$16B
Raytheon, Missile Systems
Raytheon, Integrated Defense Systems

1 Sales shown are prior to intercompany eliminations

A premier systems provider with advanced technologiesthat will define the future of aerospace and defense

Establishes a balanced and diversified portfolio with complementary platform-agnostic A&D technologies 

Combines complementary technology offerings and world-class engineering teams

Delivers innovative and cost-effective solutions aligned with customer priorities

Results in attractive financial profile with strong cash flow generation and balance sheet

Builds on shared company culture

Financial flexibility, expertise and resourcesTo invest in innovative, cost-effective solutions for customers

  • ~$8B

    Annual customer and company funded R&D spend

  • ~60,000

    Engineers

  • 7

    R&D Centers of Excellence

  • 190+

    Years combined history of innovation & industry leadership

  • ~$8B

    Annual customer and company funded R&D budget

  • ~60,000

    Engineers

  • 7

    R&D Centers of Excellence

  • 190+

    Years combined history of innovation & industry leadership

Bringing together highly complementary capabilitiesCombining World-Class R&D Platforms with Enhanced Resources

Commercial Aerospace

  • Avionics
    Commercial Propulsion Systems
    Power Generation
  • Cyber Protection
    Air Traffic Management
    Autonomy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning

Defense

  • Electro-Optical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
    Military Propulsion Systems
    Resilient Positioning, Navigation, Timing (PNT) & Communications
  • Radar, Sensors & Electronic Warfare
    Missiles and Air & Missile Defense
    System-of-Systems Integration

Avionics
Commercial Propulsion Systems
Power Generation

Cyber Protection
Air Traffic Management
Autonomy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning

Electro-Optical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
Military Propulsion Systems
Resilient Positioning, Navigation, Timing (PNT) & Communications

Radar, Sensors & Electronic Warfare
Missiles and Air & Missile Defense
System-of-Systems Integration

A History of World-Class Technology And Industry-Defining Innovation

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Pioneered the radial air-cooled engine design enabling unprecedented power-to-weight ratio

First airborne radio on Goodyear airship Enterprise

First 10,000 lbf thrust engine in the US; powered the B-52

Developed J58 for SR-71; a world speed record holder

First photo ever transmitted via satellite

World’s first GPS satellite signal received

V2500 selected to power A320 family

First global aviation data communications network

P&W develops the Geared Turbofan

Named “Innovator of the Year” for introducing touch screen flight displays

First Raytheon product: gaseous (helium) rectifier for electron tubes

Produced the first seagoing microwave surface search radar for Navy ships

Raytheon engineer Percy Spencer invents the microwave oven

First missile-mounted guidance system capable of intercepting moving objects

First working laser

Raytheon technology contributes to Apollo 11 moon mission success

Launched ARPANET, precursor to the Internet; first email system

Patriot achieves first-ever ballistic missile intercept in combat during Desert Storm

Standard Missile-3 intercepts a failed satellite in space

Raytheon VIIRS technology produces highest resolution composite Earth image

Raytheon receives the 10 millionth U.S. Patent in history