Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of UTC Aerospace Systems
UTC Aerospace Systems designs, manufactures, and services systems and components. It offers safety systems for pilots and passengers; actuation controllers, elevator actuation systems, flap actuators, power drive units, rotor actuators, and actuator testing systems for commercial aerospace and defense applications; and nacelles, thrust reversers, pylons, and flight control surfaces for commercial and military aircraft. The company also provides air management systems, including air conditioning, liquid cooling, engine bleed air, pressurization control, ventilation control, ice protection, and humidification; radar-based aircraft taxi strike alert systems; aircraft cabin systems, including ca...
Four Coliseum Centre
2730 West Tyvola Road
Charlotte, NC 28217-4578
Founded in 1918
Key Executives for UTC Aerospace Systems
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Operations & Supply Chain
Chief Executive Officer of United Technologies Corp and President of United Technologies Corp
President of Power, Controls & Sensing Systems
President of Aircraft Systems
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
UTC Aerospace Systems Key Developments
easyJet Selects UTC Aerospace Systems to Supply the Wheels, Carbon Brakes and MRO Support for the 68 New Airbus A320ceo Aircraft
Aug 27 15
UTC Aerospace Systems has been selected by easyJet to supply the wheels, carbon brakes and MRO support for the 68 new Airbus A320ceo aircraft being added to their fleet. UTC Aerospace Systems has been the wheel and brake supplier to easyJet since their A320 aircraft entered service. UTC Aerospace Systems will provide the equipment through its Landing Systems facility in Troy, Ohio. MRO services will be performed at the company's Hatfield, U.K., location in close proximity to easyJet's home base. UTC Aerospace Systems is a unit of United Technologies Corp.
UTC Aerospace Systems Reports Unaudited Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2015
Jul 21 15
UTC Aerospace Systems reported unaudited earnings results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported net sales of $3,632 million compared to $3,636 million a year ago. Operating profit was $580 million compared to $602 million a year ago. Adjusted net sales were $3,632 million compared to $3,636 million a year ago. Adjusted operating profit was $580 million compared to $606 million a year ago.
For the six months period, the company reported net sales of $7,180 million compared to $7,086 million a year ago. Operating profit was $1,149 million compared to $1,192 million a year ago. Adjusted net sales were $7,180 million compared to $7,086 million a year ago. Adjusted operating profit was $1,199 million compared to $1,202 million a year ago.
Cirrus Aircraft Selects UTC Aerospace Systems's Cloud Cap Technology TASE500 and TASE400 Imaging System Options
Jul 15 15
UTC Aerospace Systems is provided Cloud Cap Technology TASE500 and TASE400 imaging system options for the new Cirrus Aircraft™ Perception Special Mission Aircraft. Cirrus Aircraft has selected the TASE imaging systems for its advanced observation aircraft because they provide an all-HD imaging solution giving operators improved situational awareness, an all-digital imaging chain for maximized processing capability and an optimized lens design for enhanced object recognition. All TASE cameras offer a continuous zoom functionality which provides optimal field of view across all zoom levels. The system also includes the ViewPoint user interface software tool which provides Tactical PED (Processing Exploitation and Dissemination) giving operators the ability to multi task, record and disseminate critical data for use when needed. The low weight and cost-efficient TASE imaging systems can see in total darkness and through nearly all weather conditions. The daylight camera provides superior high-definition imagery for enhanced situational awareness.
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