Boeing Phantom Works(Redirected from Phantom Works)
Boeing Phantom Works is the advanced prototyping arm of the defense and security side of The Boeing Company. Its primary focus is developing advanced military products and technologies, many of them highly classified.
|Industry||Aerospace and Advanced Research and Development|
|Founded||by McDonnell Douglas|
|Headquarters||Washington D.C., United States|
|Mark Cherry (President)|
Number of employees
|Parent||The Boeing Company|
Scope and responsibilityEdit
Phantom Works' organization mirrors that of Boeing's Defense business units, with 'Advanced' versions of each unit (e.g. Advanced Boeing Military Aircraft). The underlying technology is provided by the Boeing Research and Technology (BR&T) organization, who develop new technologies (i.e. Technology Readiness Level 1–4) for use by Boeing's Commercial and Defense units. Phantom Works responsibility is to grow those technologies into prototype (i.e. Technology Readiness Level 4–6) to then transition those prototypes to the business units to turn into products (i.e. Technology Readiness Level 7–9).
Headquartered in Washington D.C., Phantom Works has projects in most Boeing locations in the United States.
- Boeing Phantom Eye: High Altitude Long Endurance reconnaissance drone
- Boeing Phantom Ray: Unmanned flying test bed for advanced air system technologies
- Boeing X-51 Wave-rider: Hypersonic vehicle
- Boeing Condor: High Altitude Long Endurance concept drone
- McDonnell Douglas YF-23: Black Widow Advanced Fighter concept
- McDonnell Douglas A-12 Avenger II: Advanced Navy Stealth Fighter concept
- Boeing X-32 Joint Strike Fighter
- Boeing Bird of Prey: Stealth fighter UAV demonstrator
- Boeing A160 Hummingbird: UAV helicopter
- Boeing X-40
- Boeing X-45 UCAV
- Boeing X-37 Advanced Technology Demonstrator
- Boeing Pelican ULTRA
- Boeing X-48 Blended Wing Body demonstrator
- X-53 Active Aeroelastic Wing
- Quad TiltRotor (with Bell Helicopter)
- F/A-XX: sixth generation fighter concept
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- Boeing: Boeing Dedicates Virtual Warfare Center in St. Louis Archived June 28, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Boeing UK - 404 Archived July 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Boeing: Boeing Australia Unveils Advanced International Systems Analysis Laboratory Archived June 28, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.