Harris Corp.’s stated ambition to increase its content on the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is supported at the company’s laboratory level, where engineers are applying open systems standards in avionics design to keep down cost and ease integration of current and future technology. The top-15 supplier to the F-35 program makes a compelling case at a propitious time: The Pentagon is reviewing the supply chain with an eye toward reducing cost, and Lockheed Martin is ...

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