Teledyne Brown Engineering Joins Raytheon Team in Bid for Army's Integrated Battle Command System

Category: Defence Industry

Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated based in Huntsville, Alabama, has joined the Raytheon Company-led team in a bid for the U.S. Army Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS).

Teledyne Brown Engineering joins General Dynamics C4 Systems, Davidson Technologies, Inc., and IBM as members of Team IBCS. This world-class team will leverage its combined domain expertise while employing innovative, industrywide best practices to provide the U.S. Army a transformational, affordable and extensible air defense solution for integrated air and missile defense.

The goal of IBCS is to provide an open architecture that enables the warfighter to take advantage of any sensor and any shooter integrated fire control network. The Army's vision is to move toward a network-centric system-of-systems capability for integrating sensors, shooters, and battle management command, control, communications and intelligence systems for Army air and missile defense.

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