Three Ways Honeywell’s New Communications Boost Productivity for VIP Transport

June 06, 2019 | Author: Kathryn Kearney

One of the best ways to improve productivity in the workplace is to improve communications. When people collaborate, they spend less time tracking down information independently and can make faster, smarter decisions. Honeywell has longtime experience in aiding communications to boost productivity. One example, is the new Mission Communications Terminal (MCT) and supplemental type certificate for the installation of the Aspire™ 200 satellite communications system. Used on helicopters, the solution helps VIP transport crews and other employees work more productively, which delivers benefits to both crews and passengers.

Here are three ways the combined communications system boosts employee productivity:

  • 1. Share information more easily.
    The lightweight, digital MCT satellite communications controller improves traditional messaging technology with two-way texting and push-to-talk capabilities that simplify communications between the helicopter crew and flight dispatchers. With radio-like abilities, dispatchers and pilots can exchange information regardless of distance. They can coordinate on pickups and turnarounds to keep them fast and efficient—and minimize the aircraft’s need for downtime.

  • 2. Build flight paths for smoother flights.
    With the Aspire 200 satellite system—offering faster service than any other helicopter connectivity solution today - flight crews get up-to-the-minute weather and traffic information and can connect to a wealth of GoDirect® applications that keep them informed and productive. GoDirect Flight Bag Pro, for instance, helps pilots build the most efficient flight paths to avoid weather and lead to smoother flights.

  • 3. Connect executives better.
    In VIP transportation, comfort and convenience are key. Honeywell’s robust, reliable satellite communications system helps deliver just that, through the SwiftBroadband service, which keeps passengers connected in-flight. Corporate clients can stay in touch with colleagues via email and voice calls, so business doesn’t have to stop once the aircraft takes off. Efficient pickups and turnarounds and smoother flights have the benefit of boosting passenger satisfaction, too. Happy, satisfied passengers lead to repeat business, which in turn leads to healthier profits for your company.

By improving communication for your crews, you can significantly increase productivity in ways that keep you profitable. With Honeywell communications solutions, you can help flight and ground crews be more productive for timely pickups and turnarounds. In addition, they help pilots achieve smoother flights by avoiding bad weather so they can deliver the great service your customers expect.

KatieKearney

Kathryn Kearney

Content Marketing Specialist

Katie Kearney is the global content marketing specialist for Honeywell Aerospace.

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