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Stevan Slijepcevic, a more than 25-year veteran of Honeywell, has succeeded Brad Feldmann as president and CEO of Cubic. Slijepcevic said in a statement Wednesday he will lead Cubic alongside three-decade government contracting executive Mac Curtis, who will take over Feldmann’s duties as board chairman, to drive its next phase of growth as a private […] More
Honeywell International has won a potential five-year, $22.5 million contract from the U.S. Navy to develop, construct and test a ruggedized atomic clock module envisioned to deliver the same accuracy as a commercial cesium beam clock. The Compact Rubidium Extended Stability Timing module is intended to generate GPS-quality timing in austere operational environments, the Department […] More
A collaborative partnership between Honeywell, Hughes Network Systems and SES has completed a demonstration of multinetwork, multi-orbit high-speed airborne connectivity for military use. The demonstration utilized Honeywell’s JetWave MCX terminal, which is compatible with various military Ka-band networks, Hughes’ software-defined HM-series modem and SES’ medium earth orbit high-throughput, low-latency network as well as its multiple geostationary satellites, including GovSat-1, […] More
The U.S. Army has begun testing a Honeywell-made engine for use with Chinook helicopters under a cooperative research and development agreement. Honeywell said Wednesday its T55-714C engine will undergo testing for two years as the Army evaluates the technology’s performance and ease of integration, making the system the first engine to test for the program. […] More
Honeywell‘s quantum solutions business and Cambridge Quantum have merged into Quantinuum, after receiving regulatory approval to execute the business combination. Quantinuum will offer quantum software, hardware and research and development as a full-stack quantum computing company, Honeywell said Tuesday. The combined company will also provide customers with quantum-based applications for cybersecurity, encryption, material science, drug […] More
Honeywell will move forward to the next phase of its project to modernize building systems at Fort Benning under a 25-year energy savings performance contract with the U.S. Army. The company said Tuesday it will self-fund a $23 million effort aimed at reducing energy consumption at the military post and helping the service branch save […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 9, 2021 — CAES has named Mike Elias, who worked at Honeywell International for over three decades, as senior vice president and general manager of space systems division, responsible for overseeing the company’s portfolio of space products and its division operations in Colorado, New York and Sweden, GovCon Wire reported July […] More
Honeywell has launched its Advanced Monitoring and Incident Response service designed to provide 24/7 operational technology cybersecurity detection and rapid response for current and future cyber threats. “Honeywell’s Advanced Monitoring and Incident Response solution provides a combination of advanced cybersecurity software, experts, and playbooks with remediation guidance in order to better detect, prevent, analyze, evaluate […] More

Four Honeywell-built mobile computers have been certified for use by Department of Defense staff following a multiyear vetting process under the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Security Technical Implementation Guide. Honeywell said Thursday the STIG certification allows Honeywell’s CT40 XP, CT60 XP, CK65 and CN80G mobile computers to operate through DOD networks.


General Electric and Honeywell will help NASA develop turbofan engine technologies as part of a research project to potentially increase the energy efficiency of core power systems for commercial transport and hybrid-electric aircraft. NASA said Friday it entered into separate agreements with the two companies to explore power extraction approaches for the Hybrid Thermally Efficient Core initiative.

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