NASA Honors Honeywell Team with Software of the Year Award
Kevin Morrill is a Staff Software Engineer with the Sensors, Guidance & Navigation Center of Excellence. Morrill joined Honeywell in 1988. Morrill developed the software for Aerospace-Clearwater’s first Ring Laser Gyro system, the Inertial Navigation Unit, which navigated the Centaur upper stage rocket. He was also a software systems engineer for the Space Station program. More recently, he has served in multiple technical leadership roles as the Software Project Engineer for the Ballistic Missile Range Safety System, NASA’s Orion Absolute Navigation and the Redundant Inertial Navigation Unit for NASA’s new Space Launch System. Morrill holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Illinois. He lives in Clearwater, Fla. with his wife and three children.