Allowing us to stay competitive and meet current and future needs of our customers, digital transformation is changing the way we do business.
A MODERN SOLUTION FOR EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE LOGISTICS: SECAT
Building on our unique technical expertise, we are proud to introduce a new, innovative design, called the Surface Effect Cargo Amphibious Transport (SECAT).
Purpose-built for the United States Marine Corps Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV) program.
The Future of UAS: Vectored Thrust Flight Control
Today’s technologies allow reliable fixed-wing and vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) configurations. Advanced systems like our Aerosonde® HQ UAS allow transition between VTOL and horizontal flight. But what’s next?
As a leader in unmanned aircraft design for more than 30 years, Textron Systems continues to push the envelope in unmanned aircraft systems design and operations. Introduced in 2018, our Applied Technologies & Advanced Programs team unveiled its most recent group I Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) test bed, the X5-55.
HUNTSMAN™ Small Unmanned Aircraft System
Textron Systems Australia provided a concept for a cutting-edge, fixed-wing SUAS.
UxS: Providing Tomorrow's Solutions Today
Focused on bringing evolving autonomous technologies to life, the UxS team and Textron Systems are PUSHING PAST POSSIBLE.
Advanced Technology and Engineering Services
Lycoming Engines offers a comprehensive line of advanced technology and engineering services. From services such as engine dynamometer power checks, calibration checks, test cell services, and altitude testing services, Lycoming supports a variety of engine testing needs of customers.
Lycoming Engines continues to bring unleaded general aviation fuel options to our engines to reduce the overall cost of aircraft ownership and stimulate advancements in aviation technology.
All In For Autonomy
Autonomous systems are all basically the same, right? Not even close. What works well for the amateur enthusiast won’t cut it for the rigors of the military operating environment. Armed forces utilize their unmanned systems in some of the most challenging weather, rugged terrain and dangerous mission sets in the world. As a result, their autonomous systems need to be survivable, reliable and extend the capability and senses of the humans they support. Textron Systems has collaborated with customers and academia for years to develop, demonstrate and mature autonomous technologies for the air, surface and ground domains. The mature building blocks of our capabilities can be tailored across domains to solve the most complex end user requirements.