4 Ways Exelis Competes in C4ISR

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Exelis is a relatively new name in the defense and aerospace sector, having spun off from ITT a couple of years ago. It competes in the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance space - or C4ISR, for all you acronym lovers.

Our roving reporter Rex Moore was at last month's Air & Space Conference near Washington, D.C., and spoke with Bob Edmonds about Exelis' business. In this video, Bob details four key areas his company focuses on: electronic warfare, ISR and analytics, critical networks, and composites.

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