General Electric Co. has a strong set of global businesses in infrastructure, finance and media aligned to meet today's needs, including the demand for global infrastructure; growing and changing demographics that need access to health care, finance and information and entertainment; and environmental technologies.
The company’s Railroad Electronics Division facility at Melbourne International Airport is part of the company's infrastructure business group, which is helping to build the energy, health, transportation and technology infrastructure of the new century. These businesses provide the products and services that help developing regions participate in the global economy while also helping developed regions upgrade with cleaner, more efficient and better infrastructure technologies.
L-3 Communications Corp. is a leading supplier of products and services used in a substantial number of aerospace and defense platforms. It also supplies systems, subsystems and products on many platforms, including those for secure networked communications and communication products, mobile satellite communications, information security systems, shipboard communications, naval power systems, missiles and munitions, telemetry and instrumentation and airport security systems.
L-3 also is a prime system contractor for aircraft modernization and Operations & Maintenance (O&M); Command, Control & Communications (C3); Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) collection systems and services; training and simulation; intelligence services and government support services. Our customers include the U.S. Department of Defense and its prime contractors, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Government intelligence agencies, major aerospace and defense contractors, allied foreign government ministries of defense, commercial customers and certain other U.S. federal, state and local government agencies.
LiveTV is the world's leading provider of in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems for commercial airlines, providing up to 36 channels of live satellite programming, a GPS map channel and four additional channels of stored content. LiveTV customers include United Continental, AirTran, Frontier and Virgin Blue airlines. JetBlue Airlines became LiveTV's first business partner in 1999. Today, LiveTV is a wholly owned subsidiary of JetBlue.
LiveTV's operations at its 40,000-square-foot world headquarters at Melbourne International Airport include engineering, programming, account management and customer support. It is home to nearly a third of LiveTV's employees.