Following the sale of the companies Carrier and Otis, and the merger with Raytheon in April 2020, United Technologies Corporation changed its name to Raytheon Technologies Corporation. The new group is among the world's leading aeronautics and defense groups. The activity is organized around 4 sectors:
- aerial navigation systems (Collins Aerospace Systems): production of electrical, electronical and mechanical systems for aircrafts (compressors, airplane control, etc.), civil and military helicopters, etc.;
- aeronautics (Pratt & Whitney): design and manufacturing of civil and military aircraft engines, gas turbines, rocket engines and propulsion systems;
- aerospace systems (Raytheon Intelligence & Space): production of radars, airborne sensors, tactical airborne communications systems, software-defined radio solutions, advanced tactical networking systems, cryptographic systems, real-time sensor networking systems, etc.;
- missile systems, and integrated air and anti-missile defense systems (Raytheon Missiles & Defense): design and manufacturing of weapons systems, missiles, munitions, projectiles, radars systems, control and monitoring equipment, communication, information, detection and imaging systems, etc.