logo
Plus   Neg
Share
Email

Honeywell Forms Unmanned Aerial Systems And Urban Air Mobility Business Unit

Honeywell (HON) has formed a new business unit for Unmanned Aerial Systems and Urban Air Mobility.

"Urban Air Mobility and Unmanned Aerial Systems will play an increasing role in the future of aerospace, with potential applications in all-electric urban air taxi vehicles, hybrid-electric unmanned cargo drones, optionally piloted airplanes, delivery drones and everything in between," said Mike Madsen, president and CEO, Honeywell Aerospace.

The Unmanned Aerial Systems business unit will develop new products and services uniquely required for these markets. It will also act as a systems integrator for all Honeywell products and services that could be used in the industry.

The offerings include aircraft systems such as avionics, electric and hybrid-electric propulsion and thermal management, flight services such as unmanned air traffic management, and ground operations services such as predictive aircraft maintenance analytics.

For comments and feedback contact: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
American Airlines has extended its offer to waive change fees for customers who purchase tickets for travel, until March 31 in response to lower travel demand due to the coronavirus pandemic. This means that travelers are provided additional flexibility by not asking them to pay penalties for changing the origin and destination cities. Lancaster Foods LLC has recalled certain conventional processed butternut squash items citing the potential to be contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. The products recalled included Autumn Medley, Butternut Squash Noodles, Butternut Squash Planks, Squash Noodle Medley, Butternut Squash Chunks, and Veggie Rice Blend in various measures. Amazon.com Inc. has offered to help the newly sworn-in US President Joe Biden with speedy delivery of Covid-19 vaccines across the United States amid the ongoing pandemic crisis. The e-commerce giant, whose majority of workers are in the frontline of the pandemic, reiterated its request to prioritize its essential workers to receive the vaccines at the earliest appropriate time.
Follow RTT