Rockwell Autonetics Electronics Systems (Boeing North American A&MSD) - Anaheim, CA
Company Point of Contact:
Mr. Mark Williams
Autonetics Missile Systems Division
Boeing North American, Inc.
D/214, M/C GE96
3370 Miraloma Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92803
Phone: (714) 762-0255
Fax: (714) 762-6222
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Rockwell Autonetics Electronics Systems (AES) is a subsidiary of the Rockwell International Corporation. AES comprises five major divisions employing more than 8,500 people. Facilities cover over 200 million square feet on 200 acres over six sites. The division's main headquarters are located in Anaheim, California with additional sites in San Bernadino, California; Norcross and Duluth, Georgia; El Paso, Texas; and Australia.
The Marine Systems Division specializes in antisubmarine warfare electronics, ship systems, and navigation and control systems. Antisubmarine Warfare Electronics has produced several systems with capabilities in acoustic signal recording, processing, analysis and displays. Ship Systems designs, builds, and installs ship systems such as the Data Multiplex System, BSY-1 Own Ship Data Set, and a range of ship system engineering and simulation services. Navigation and Control supplies and supports inertial navigators for ballistic missile submarines used by both the United States and United Kingdom.
The Autonetics Sensors and Aircraft Systems Division (AS&ASD) serves as an electronics integrator and supplier of systems hardware. AS&ASD designs and develops integrated avionics systems, aided target acquisition and classifications systems, and sensor systems including millimeter wave, laser radar, infrared and multi-sensor system. AS&ASD also has the capabilities to create new hardware, electrical designs and software for operational flight programs, as well as to modify fire control systems, navigation systems and stores management systems.
Autonetics ICBM Systems Division researches and produces highly reliable leading-edge solutions for Air Force deployed ICBMs and develops launch control and security systems for the Peacekeeper Rail Garrison Program. The Division has perfected developments in guidance technology and is advancing command and control capabilities for strategic weapon systems and land battle management. The Missile Systems Division produces accurate, low cost guided weapon systems. They pioneered the application of television and laser precision guidance to tactical weapons including Hellfire, the GBU-15 guided weapon system and its powered version, the AGM-130.