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GPS update deal for USAF signed with Honeywell - News

April 22, 2020
CLEARWATER, Fla. Honeywell has signed a four-year, $99.1 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force (USAF) update the USAF's Embedded Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System (EGI-M).

Synthetic vision and nav system to equip AW139 cockpit - News

February 06, 2020
PHOENIX, Ariz. Honeywell is providing Leonardo's helicopter division with a cockpit upgrade — Honeywell's innovative Primus Epic 2.0 — for its AW139 helicopters. Primus Epic 2.0 will deliver features intended to provide better maps, improved situational awareness at night and in marginal weather, and easier access through wireless connectivity.

"Virtual window" technology for Bradley Fighting Vehicle announced at AUSA - News

October 08, 2018
AUSA 2018--WASHINGTON. Honeywell and the U.S. Army announced at AUSA that they are testing a prototype of an advanced helmet-mounted vision system in the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, one of the U.S. Army?s most notable ground vehicles.

Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program completes virtual window technology testing - News

October 19, 2017
PHOENIX. Honeywell engineers completed research and testing of a virtual window technology as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency?s (DARPA) Ground X-Vehicle Technologies ( GXV-T) program.

Self-diagnosing sensors for aircraft applications released by Honeywell - News

August 08, 2017
FORT MILL, S.C. Officials at Honeywell released a new series of self-diagnosing sensors designed to improve the performance of aircraft systems and reduce maintenance costs associated with false readings. The Integral Health Monitoring (IHM) series proximity sensors can detect when a sensor has been damaged or otherwise impacted.

Honeywell, NASA get closer to wider adoption of supersonic flight - News

June 21, 2017
PARIS AIR SHOW. Honeywell and NASA announced the completion of a two-year test to determine the most effective way to show pilots flying supersonic jets where people on the ground may hear sonic booms; the technology may potentially eliminate one of the primary barriers to the broad adoption of supersonic flight.

KBR acquires Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. - News

August 12, 2016
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. KBR Inc. will acquire Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. (HTSI) for approximately $300 million. Officials expect to close this transaction in 2016 after it?s subject to customary closing conditions and required regulatory approvals.