How Harris is divvying up its newly re-organized business segments
Harris Corp. on Friday said it is keeping its headquarters in Melbourne, but what’s happening with its newly re-organized business operations?
On July 2, the Melbourne-based international communications and information technology company (NYSE: HRS) said it will be organized in the following four business segments:
Communication Systems, led by Chris Young. The segment will serve markets in tactical and airborne radios, night vision technology, and defense and public safetyClass X capacitors are used in “across-the-line” applications where their failure would not lead to electric shock. Class X safety caps are used between the “live” wires carrying the incoming AC current. In this position, a capacitor failure should not cause any electrical shock hazards, rather, a capacitor failure “between-the-lines” would usually cause a fuse or circuit breaker to open. networks.
Critical Networks, led by Carl D’Alessandro. The segment will provide managed services supporting air traffic management, energy and maritime communications, and ground network operation and sustainment, as well as high-value IT and engineering services.
Electronic Systems, led by Ed Zoiss. The segment will offer an extensive portfolio of solutions in electronic warfare, avionics, wireless technology, C4I, undersea systems and aerostructures.
Space and Intelligence Systems, led by Bill Gattle. The segment will provide complete earth observation, weather, geospatial, space protection, and intelligence solutions from advanced sensors and payloads, as well as ground processing and information analytics.
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With its headquarters decision finalized, Harris Corp. said it will base the Electronic Systems as well as the Space and Intelligence Systems segments in Palm Bay. The businesses combine multiple operations from Harris and Exelis.