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UTC Aerospace Systems and Northrop Grumman to collaborate on technologies of the future

UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., today announced a collaborative effort with Northrop Grumman Corporation to launch a new era of coordinated technology development. UTC Aerospace Systems and Northrop Grumman will align their technology investments on key products and systems in order to develop and deliver advanced, affordable technologies to their joint customers.

"Northrop Grumman is forward-thinking on a new approach to working with key suppliers to find win-win arrangements that produce the best results for our two companies, and for our end-customers. We are excited to partner with Northrop Grumman, and to establish a new approach of working together to produce the most value for our customers," said Dave Gitlin, President, UTC Aerospace Systems. "This is the beginning of a shared vision built on customer needs, where we can create great value by aligning our efforts. This is all about accelerating innovation."

"Over the last five years, UTC Aerospace Systems has amassed a portfolio of over 4,000 aircraft components and terabytes of related performance data," said Geoff Hunt, Vice President Technology and Engineering, UTC Aerospace Systems. "Along the way, we have built a deep understanding of system of systems (SoS) level design. We see how systems interact throughout the aircraft, and we can leverage technologies across our portfolio to help customers achieve their goals."

"We look forward to gaining a deeper understanding of what UTC Aerospace Systems has to offer in terms of emerging technology and fundamental capability. Our goal is to discover where we can leverage each other's strengths, and together fine-tune our focus and investments," said Greg Manuel, Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Northrop Grumman.

Press release issued by UTC Aerospace Systems on June 19, 2017

 

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UTC Aerospace Systems Engine Health Monitoring, Thrust Reversers, Telemetry Equipment, Proximity Sensors, Engine Pylons, Nacelles, Ice Detectors, Cabin Heaters, Fuel Quantity Indicators, Fuel Tanks & Systems, Aircraft Interior Lighting Systems, Aircraft Security Equipment, Aircraft Exterior Lighting Systems, Fuel Control Systems, Engine Controls, Electrical Actuators, Ice Protection/Prevention Equipment, Cargo Systems, Crew Seating, Sensors/Transducers, Avionics Management Systems, Aircraft Structural Components, Aircraft Wheels, Aircraft Landing Gear, Electrical Brakes, Coatings, Aircraft & Helicopter Controllers, Fire Fighting/Detection Systems, Emergency Generators, Airborne Electrical Power Supplies
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