Mobile computers go smarter with terminal emulation software
Honeywell’s ultra-rugged, mobile computers for distribution centres now feature terminal emulation software to help workers perform their tasks more efficiently via user-friendly and intuitive device interfaces. Honeywell SmartTE powered by StayLinked enables secure, high speed emulation to connect mobile workers to backend systems. Users will benefit from not having to navigate through complex, number-based menus to access data.
Mobile computers receive recommended validation
Three of Honeywell’s rugged mobile computers used by distribution centre, logistics, delivery and retail workers have been validated for the Google-led Android Enterprise Recommended programme. The devices are built on Honeywell’s Mobility Edge Platform, a common hardware architecture and set of software tools that make deploying, updating and managing devices easier and more cost effective.
Proximity sensors reduce down-time and maintenance costs
Honeywell’s IHM Series Aerospace Proximity Sensors for commercial and military aircraft are now available at TTI. The IHM Series reduces down-time and maintenance costs by obviating the need for unnecessary preventative maintenance and troubleshooting. The IHM Series has a circuit that can detect any internal failure modes and display a fault output, instead of a false positive or false negative.
Battery-free and extreme performance scanner
Honeywell has announced a battery-free performance entry in its line of Xenon handheld barcode scanners. With high-quality scanning capabilities and durable design, Xenon XP increases productivity and reduces total cost of ownership in critical scanning environments, such as retail, light industrial and healthcare. The area-imaging scanner can be used in a variety of applications, such as at the point of sale for retailers or patient point o...
Vehicle RFID tag enables secure data transactions on tolls
A new passive RFID tag that enables secure vehicle identification while preventing counterfeiting, spoofing or exposing customer data to unauthorised users has been developed by Honeywell.
New hardware and software platform for mobile computers
Honeywell has announced a new hardware and software platform for the next generation of its mobile computers, which are used globally by distribution centres, transportation and logistics providers, hospitals, and retailers to increase worker productivity and capture critical data. The Mobility Edge Platform comprises common hardware architecture and a suite of tools on which Honeywell and its partners will build future mobility solutions, w...
Sensors enable autonomous operations for heavy-duty vehicles
The new Transportation Attitude Reference Sensor (TARS) from Honeywell is a packaged sensor array that enables autonomous vehicle characteristics and enhances efficiency for heavy-duty, off-highway vehicles. The sensor can report vehicle angular rate, acceleration and inclination data for construction equipment, such as excavators, skid steer loaders and backhoes.
‘It all starts with a sensor’ – the importance of sensors in IoT
Hardware Pioneers is a group of over 6,000 startup founders, executives, engineers and developers that come together every month in London to listen to industry talks and establish new connections. Last week, Electronic Specifier attended Hardware Pioneers’ latest event entitled ‘All About IoT sensors’. The evening consisted of presentations, community announcements and a networking session.
Tesco uses Honeywell refrigerant to reduce carbon emissions
Honeywell have announced that Tesco, one of the world’s largest supermarket chains, is converting more than 1,200 stores across the United Kingdom to Honeywell’s Solstice N40 refrigerant in order to meet its carbon reduction commitments. The conversion will take place over the next three years, with the first 60 stores already converted.
Industry standards for optimum sensor specification
The sensor market has not reached its full potential yet, and according to a report by the market research firm BCC Research, the market is still expected to grow by more than ten percent by 2020. Leslie Neill, Senior Product Manager, Honeywell Safety and Productivity Solutions, investigates.
IHM sensors reduce downtime for rugged applications
A range of Honeywell's patented IHM (Integrated Health Monitoring) series aerospace proximity sensors for harsh duty aircraft applications are now available in Europe through TTI. The IHM series are non-contact devices designed to sense the presence or absence of a target, providing on/off output, plus they can also be configured with an optional health monitoring output to the host system.
How to convince your CFO to invest in energy management software
In today’s business climate, it’s a real battle to get energy saving projects funded by senior executives. Budgets are tight and resources for projects are limited. So if you want the attention of decision makers, you’d better have a good story with solid economics coupled to a solid strategy. In this article, we bundle know-how gathered from dozens of energy managers who have used Honeywell’s EnactoTM energy intelligence ...
Board mount pressure sensors designed to measure low airflow
A series of board mount pressure sensors have been released by Honeywell, they have been designed to measure low airflow with high accuracy that is suitable for use in medical devices; heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) systems; and drones.
Compact industrial label printers
Honeywell released new models of its MP Series durable compact industrial label printers. The MP Series printers are among the smallest industrial label printers on the market, featuring all-metal casing for improved durability. The MP Series printers can be used in almost any orientation and can be easily mounted on walls, manufacturing lines or fork trucks, making them ideal for industrial work environments where space is an issue.
Putting health at the top of the agenda
Emma Segelov, Marketing Manager for MK Electric (a Honeywell company), explains the growing importance of specifying anti-bacterial devices in hospitals to prevent the growing risk of infection.
Automated multi-vendor, multi-technology data collection system
The latest version of the Connexo MultiSense, multi-vendor, multi-communication technology meter data collection (MDC) system, developed by Elster, has been announced by Honeywell.
Alarm range increases residential safety
A connected home safety system has been launched by Honeywell which includes smoke and heat alarms and a wireless module. The X-Series combines a discreet design with a ten year lifetime and warranty, and easy installation.
Honeywell's Elster selected for smart electricity meter project
Honeywell has announced that its Elster business, has been selected by Enexis for a five-year contract to deliver more than 1m smart electricity meters in the Netherlands as part of the country’s efforts to meet European Union energy efficiency goals.
Honeywell to exhibit at ISC West 2016
At this year’s ISC West, expanded connectivity for homes and businesses will be highlighted by Honeywell, as well as technology advancements in false-alarm reduction and wireless fire detection. While the connected home and building have been areas of focus for the company, this year’s ISC West attendees will see momentum from the merger of Honeywell’s security and fire businesses.
Honeywell completes acquisition of Xtralis
Honeywell has announced that it has completed its acquisition of Xtralis, a leading global provider of aspirating smoke detection, advanced perimeter security technologies, and video analytics software for $480m. Xtralis aspirating smoke detection solutions protect many Fortune 500 companies, iconic sites, and critical infrastructures worldwide to provide very early warning and verification of threats to speed response time and minimise facility ...