Honeywell Provides Improved Flight Operators
Established 112 years ago, Honeywell International Inc is an American company that produces a diversity of commercial and consumer products, engineering services and aerospace systems for worldwide customers. More, Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company.
On 26th March, in Phoenix, Honeywell published that it will provide business jet, airline and helicopter operators with improved connectivity alternatives due to the inauguration of the Aspire 150 and Aspire 350 satellite communications systems. Aspire 150 and 350 will allow pilots to sustain the latest information throughout their flight path, and operations will be capable of using this Connected Aircraft technology to encounter global, without seams high – speed connectivity in a compact, lightweight solution. The Aspire 150 and Aspire 350 systems are easy to install, reducing upgrade costs and aircraft downtime. Both Aspire systems have a smaller size comparing to previous generations and have an implanted router, which helps decrease weight and increases fuel savings.
Iridium Certus services, Iridium’s upcoming generation communications program, and Iridium NEXT network will be improved due to the recently developed Aspire systems. The launch of Iridium NEXT is scheduled to be completed in 2018 and it is considered to be one of the biggest technology upgrades ever completed in space while replacing the existing Iridium network to fulfill the growing requirement for global mobile communications. Iridium’s Certus services purpose is to reduce the costs by up to 30 percent in contrast with legacy satellite communications benefactions. Moreover, Future Air Navigation system datalink for pilots (FANS) is supported by Aspire 350 in order to take benefits of favorite routing worldwide, and satellite voice abilities.