Boeing Phantom Works is responsible for capabilities-based development and capture of advanced programs in support of the three Boeing Defense, Space & Security businesses. To accomplish this, Phantom Works partners with Boeing Research & Technology, leverages enterprise innovation, and sources "best-of-industry" capabilities to deliver integrated, affordable solutions that meet customer needs and address emerging market opportunities. Its objective is to create and transition high-value opportunities that enhance Boeing Defense, Space & Security's core businesses and extend Boeing's market presence into new frontiers.
Phantom Works consists of four business elements:
Advanced Boeing Military Aircraft:
ABMA provides solutions for the transformational defense forces of the future. Programs include the Phantom Ray unmanned technology demonstrator; Phantom Eye, a HALE (High Altitude Long Endurance) unmanned Persistent ISR demonstrator; pursuit of the Next Generation Bomber for the U.S. Air Force, and the Advanced Navy Strike Fighter weapon system and the Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike program for the U.S. Navy. Capability areas include Advanced Mobility Systems and Advanced Weapons programs.
Advanced Network & Space Systems:
AN&SS is developing next-generation network capabilities and space systems for defense and civilian applications. Program areas include Advanced Network & Tactical Systems; Advanced Information Solutions; Advanced Strategic Missile & Defense Systems; Advanced Space & Intelligence Systems; Advanced Integration Capabilities and Advanced Space Exploration. Capability areas include networked capabilities, space capabilities, and systems capabilities.
Advanced Services is responsible for driving the development of new businesses with innovative capabilities and transitioning those businesses to the appropriate business unit.
Strategy Development & Experimentation:
Phantom Works' Strategy Development & Experimentation element is designed to provide the world's premier family-of-systems experimentation capability and perform customer-focused operator-in-the-loop experimentation. The SD&E organization also provides network-enabling support to the enterprise and customers by coordinating and integrating the company's worldwide array of modeling, simulation and analysis resources as well as their related experimentation activities. Facilities include the Boeing Centers in Anaheim, Calif., Crystal City and the Virtual Warfare Center in St. Louis, The Boeing Systems Analysis Laboratory in Australia, The Portal (jointly with QinetiQ) in the United Kingdom, and a growing number of facilities that support customer requirements. The Boeing Laboratory Network (LabNet) connects company labs with government, commercial and civilian labs domestically and internationally.