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1965 Formation of marine division, based in London to market marine equipment made by Cossor and by Raytheon
1968 Supplier of visual display units made at Harlow for Honeywell computers, made in Scotland
c.1974 Started to develop secondary surveillance radar
1974 The Data Systems division of Cossor Electronics was combined with Raytheon Data Systems to make a Europe-wide manufacturing and marketing organisation, Raytheon Cossor Data Systems
1992 Hired as advisers to the CAA on the construction of new "en route" air traffic control centre
1997 Became Raytheon Cossor Electronics Ltd
1997 Raytheon Cossor Electronics became part of Raytheon Systems Ltd