Rockwell Collins (NYSE:COL)

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Rockwell Collins operates through four principal business segments:

• Interior Systems;
• Commercial Systems;
• Government Systems; and
• Information Management Services.

Company Information

Revenues ('17): $6,822M +++

R&D ('17): $327M +46.0%

Net Profit ('17): $705M -3.2%

CAPEX ('17): $240M +24.4%

Rockwell Collins - Tier I

Aerospace Sector:


   

Avionics; C4ISR Systems; Communication Systems/RF

Products:


Communications Systems and products including data link, high frequency (HF),
very high frequency (VHF) and satellite communications; Navigation systems and products, including radio navigation products, global positioning system (GPS) equipment, handheld navigation devices, multi-mode receivers; landing sensors to enable fully automatic landings, radio navigation and geophysical sensors, as well as flight management systems; Situational awareness and surveillance systems and products, such as synthetic and enhanced vision systems, surface surveillance and guidance solutions, head-up guidance systems, weather radar and collision avoidance systems; Integrated avionics systems; Avionics sub-systems for aircraft flight decks that combine flight operations with navigation and guidance functions that can include flight controls and displays, information/data processing and communications, navigation, safety and surveillance systems; Integrated flight controls, including fly-by-wire, advanced flight guidance with auto-land capability, pilot controls, and primary and secondary electro-mechanical actuation; Precision targeting and range and training systems; Cockpit display products, including multipurpose flat panel head-down displays, wide field of view head-up and helmet-mounted displays; Integrated cabin electronics systems, including cabin management systems, passenger connectivity and entertainment solutions, business support systems to improve passenger productivity and passenger flight information systems; Simulation and training systems, including full-flight simulators for crew training and visual system products; Maintenance, repair, parts, after-sales support services and aftermarket used equipment; B/E Aerospace products (now Interior Systems division): Commercial aircraft seats; Aircraft food and beverage preparation and storage equipment; Modular lavatory systems; Wastewater management systems; Aircraft oxygen storage, distribution and delivery systems; Protective breathing equipment; Interior and exterior lighting products; Business jet and general aviation interior products.

Rockwell Collins' DoD Defense Programs:


| C-17 | DAGR | E-2 | E-6B (upgrade) | FAB-T | F/A-18E/F | F-22 Raptor |
| F-35 Lightning II | JDAM | JPALS | DoD Prime ContractorJTRS | KC-10 | KC-46A | MQ-8 |

Rockwell Collins' Commercial Programs:


| Airbus: A220, A320/A320neo Family, A330, A350 XWB, A380 |
| Boeing: 737NG, 737 MAX, 747-8, 767, 777, 777X, 787 |
| Bombardier: Q Series, CRJ, Challenger, Global |
| Embraer: ERJ, E-Jet, E-Jet E2, Legacy | COMAC: C919 |
| Gulfstream: G280, G500, G600, G550, G650 | Mitsubishi: MRJ |

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