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MS-177 Sensor

April 13, 2017

Eye In The Sky: UTC Aerospace Systems MS-177 Sensor Enables U.S. Military To See Farther Than Ever Before

CHARLOTTE, N.C.- The U.S. military will soon be able to see airborne images at a greater distance and with greater clarity than ever before now that UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), has successfully completed the first flight test of its new MS-177 long-range, multi-spectral imaging (MSI) sensor on the Northrop