Small UAV satellite communications system shown by Honeywell and Pipistrel at Xponential show - NewsAugust 16, 2021
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2021--ATLANTA. Honeywell's Small UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle] satellite communications (SATCOM) system has been selected by small aircraft designer and manufacturer Pipistrel, as part of the new outfitting for three of Pipistrel'snew aircraft, including the fixed-wing Surveyor and both unmanned Nuuva platforms, the V300 and smaller V20.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Honeywell announced that Honeywell Quantum Solutions (HQS) and Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) will combine to form a standalone quantum computing company, aiming to set the pace for what is projected to become a $1 trillion quantum computing industry over the next three decades.
PHOENIX, Ariz. Honeywell's JetWave product family of broadband satellite communication (SATCOM) solutions has a new offering designed for military and governmental aircraft. JetWave MCX is a solution designed to expand on earlier JetWave products and features technical improvements intended for military customers around the world.
PHOENIX, Ariz. Honeywell and Inmarsat announced an agreement to develop and deliver commercial satellite communications (COMSATCOM) solutions to the U.S. government. The solutions will be focused on fixed-wing and non-fixed wing aeronautical platforms operating worldwide, including in Arctic regions.
PHOENIX, Ariz. Honeywell has launched a new series of miniature inertial measurement units that are ruggedized to offer accuracy along with the durability to survive high-shock environments. The new HG1125 and HG1126 inertial measurement units (IMUs) are designed to serve both commercial and military applications.
PHOENIX, Ariz. Pipistrel has selected Honeywell's next-generation Attitude Heading Reference System and Air Data Module for its Nuuva V300 cargo unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The technologies provide navigation and motion-sensing data and will work in tandem with Honeywell's Compact Fly-By-Wire system onboard the aircraft.
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