Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Honeywell Aerospace
Honeywell Aerospace provides integrated avionics, engines, systems, and service solutions for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and general aviation, military, space, and airport operations. The company was founded in 1987 and is based in Toulouse, France. Honeywell Aerospace operates as a subsidiary of Honeywell Holding France.
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Honeywell Aerospace Key Developments
Aircraft Recycling International Limited Joins with Honeywell Aerospace to Advance Used Aircraft Solutions
Aug 25 17
Aircraft Recycling International announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Honeywell Aerospace via its wholly-owned subsidiary, China Aircraft Disassembly Centre (Hong Kong) Limited Company with regards to the parties' strategic cooperation intention for expanding aircraft maintenance and dismantling businesses at ARI's China Aircraft Disassembly Centre ("CADC") located at Harbin. The parties shall collaborate and develop repair and maintenance services at the CADC's facility to support regional demand, and to promote their brand equity. ARI and Honeywell will jointly explore and discuss used aircraft solutions based on the common ground of mutual benefits and complementary resources sharing.
Honeywell Aerospace to Provide Engines for XTI’s Trifan 600 Prototype Aircraft
Aug 9 16
Honeywell Aerospace has signed a preliminary agreement to provide its HTS900 engine for XTI Aircraft Company’s (XTI) first prototype, a two-thirds piloted subscale of the TriFan 600 vertical take-off aircraft. Under the deal, Honeywell will also supply an additional engine, which will be installed on XTI's ground propulsion test system. The newly signed contract has been followed by XTI’s previous announcement of building, testing and flying the subscale as its first prototype or technology demonstrator within the next two years.
Honeywell Introduces New Aircraft Safety Software
Nov 8 15
Honeywell Aerospace has announced the availability of the third software generation of its SmartPath Ground-Based Augmentation System following certification by the Federal Aviation Administration. The new software upgrades further enhance precise satellite-guided flight navigation that can increase airport capacity while improving the safety and fuel efficiency of aircraft during approach, landing and take-off. Global airlines, airports and air navigation service providers will benefit from the latest features of SmartPath Ground-Based Augmentation System, which since 2009 has been the only FAA-certified solution of its kind. The software updates (referred to as Block II) will enable airlines and airports to achieve more benefits from Honeywell’s SmartPath by improving the availability of the system even where GPS signals are negatively impacted by unique weather conditions, primarily at low latitudes. This software version lets users configure the system to optimize its availability based on their unique environment, anywhere on the globe. It also offers air traffic controllers an increased number of approaches to the airport, from 26 to 48 per station, enhancing their flexibility to maximize airport efficiency and get passengers to their destinations safer and faster.
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