Raytheon Canada Ltd. - Southern Ontario Defence Association

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Who We Are
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Raytheon Company is a technology and innovation leader specializing in
defense, security and civil markets throughout the world.
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Number of Employees: 61,000 worldwide
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Sales in 2014: $22.8 Billion
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Global Headquarters: Waltham, MA
What We Do
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Raytheon Canada Limited (Waterloo) is a complete profit & loss center
(Design, Build, Installation & Support), deploying full turn key air traffic
control solutions worldwide since 1956
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Emerging market space continues to be Maritime Domain Awareness
Systems (High Frequency Surface Wave Radar Systems)
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Major customers include FAA, DoD, US Navy, US Army, US Air Force,
Canadian Government, and 35 International Government agencies
RCL-Waterloo is the World’s #1 supplier of solid state Air Surveillance Radars
March 2015
OEM Panel
MADE IN CANADA Conference
London, ON
March 30, 2015
Brian A. Smith
Site Executive
Raytheon Canada Limited
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Waterloo, Ontario
IDS International P&L Center
RCL-Waterloo is the World’s #1 supplier of solid state Air Surveillance Radars
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Solid-State Primary Surveillance Radars
350 systems
delivered to over 40
countries
ASR-10SS S-Band &
MSSR Radar Antenna
ASR-23SS L-Band &
MSSR Radar Antenna
ATC Primary Surveillance Radar electronics
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High Frequency Surface Wave Radar
 Sensor in Raytheon’s Integrated Maritime Surveillance System
 Radars deployed in Romania, Sri Lanka and Hartlen Point,
Nova Scotia
 Actively pursuing other international opportunities
 Provides 24-hour, all-weather, over-the-horizon surveillance
 Detects and tracks ships and icebergs from 10 to 200 nmi in a
120 degree sector
 Employs vertically polarized HF radio waves that propagate
along ocean surface
 Use to vector interception of:
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Drug Trafficking
Illicit Fishing
Illegal immigration
Border incursions
 Use to monitor and protect
 Marine border
 Off-shore oil fields
 Approaches to Ports
and Critical Infrastructure
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Upcoming Supply Chain Opportunities
 Current Programs of Interest to Raytheon Canada Limited
– Next Generation Primary Surveillance Radar
– North Warning Systems Dew Line Radar Obsolescence Upgrades
– Solid State Upgrades for Ship Borne Radar Systems
 Partners Sought
– Canadian companies that can provide technologies to assist in these
development programs (i.e., RF Engineering, Software Development,
Mechanical Design and Systems Engineering)
– Canadian universities that can provide leading edge technologies / research
and development in the same areas
Partnering with Canadian Companies & Universities
to Drive Economic Growth within Canada
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Upcoming Supply Chain Opportunities
 Canadian Government TDP Program
– Raytheon Canada Limited (Waterloo) is actively pursuing funding from the
Canadian government to undertake prototype development programs as part of
the Federal government’s Technology Demonstration Program (TDP).
 Program provides matching funding for development of prototype products
that are developed through TRL Level 7 focused on the international
marketplace.
 Program requires, as part of the matching funding, that the OEM have a
Canadian industry partner together with collaboration with Canadian
universities as part of the overall development project.
 Program focus is on assisting OEM’s in developing new, leading-edge
technologies that can help drive job creation in the aerospace business
sector.
Partnering with Canadian Companies & Universities
to Drive Economic Growth within Canada
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Upcoming Supply Chain Opportunities
 Major Business Pursuit Opportunities
– Raytheon Canada Limited (Waterloo) is actively pursuing significant
opportunities for Service Life Extension Programs (SLEP’s) both domestically
and abroad.
 These programs require updates to existing software and hardware of older
radar systems that Raytheon has in service with incumbent customers.
 RCL-Waterloo is seeking opportunities for Canadian companies and
universities in the areas of Software Development (specifically leading-edge,
Graphic User Interface (GUI) development for upgrade of current radar
displays for both fault diagnosis and facilities monitoring) as well as
Mechanical Design and overall systems design.
Partnering with Canadian Companies & Universities
to Drive Economic Growth within Canada
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2015 Raytheon Company. All rights reserved.
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