With a century of aerospace achievements behind us, Honeywell Aerospace and its legacy companies — Sperry, Bendix, Garrett AiResearch, Pioneer, Lycoming, Grimes, King, AlliedSignal, EMS Technologies and others — have been at the forefront of both military and civilian aviation advancement. We are proud to share a lineage with many of the great names in aviation history. We strive to enhance customer value by making flight safer, more reliable, more comfortable and more cost-effective. Our vision is to transform the world with superior technology, customer service, quality and — above all — innovative, dedicated people.
The History of Honeywell Redmond
1947: United Control Corporation was created by four Boeing engineers; 1967: United Control was acquired by Sundstrand Data Control; 1971: United Control name was changed to Sundstrand Data Control; Cage Code 978961993 - Sundstrand Redmond was acquired by Allied Signal; Cage Code changed to 0YFP0; 2001: Allied Signal acquired Honeywell and changed its name to Honeywell.
The Honeywell Redmond Thermal Switch and Sensor Products launched United Control Corporation. The first product, a windshield temperature control thermal switch, remains in production. The thermal switch product is current with the technology of today. The designs are based on continuous improvement.
With a century of aerospace achievements, our lineage includes many of the great names in aviation - Sperry, Bendix, Garret, AiResearch, Pioneer, Lycoming, Grimes, King and AlliedSignal. We celebrate our past accomplishments and look forward to pushing the envelope of aerospace innovation by delivering responsive high-performance technology that meets the current and future needs of our customers.
Tim Mahoney is president and chief executive officer of Honeywell Aerospace, one of Honeywell International’s largest business groups. Headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., Honeywell Aerospace achieves more than $10 billion (U.S.) in annual revenues as a technology and services leader in three main sectors: Air Transport & Regional, Business and General Aviation, and Defense and Space.