Honeywell Space: Proven Mission Operations, Reliability and Sustainability

Honeywell Space: Proven Mission Operations, Reliability and Sustainability

April 9, 2015

Honeywell Aerospace has been on the leading edge of space technology since the very beginning of the space age more than 50 years ago. We are proud of what we have accomplished, but we’re not spending a lot of time thinking about the past. We’re finding ways to apply our proven technologies to the challenges our customers face today and preparing for the next giant steps in man’s exploration and use of space.

At the 31st Space Symposium in Colorado Springs we’re featuring a wide range of Honeywell systems that help our customers achieve their missions. You can find us at the Boeing Exhibition Center, Booth #307.

“We’re really looking forward to this year’s symposium, because it comes at such an exciting time for the space industry,” said Kurt Meister, Vice President of Space Systems for Honeywell Aerospace.
“We’ve had some major milestones this year including the first successful launch of Orion and the 15th anniversary of the International Space Station, both of which fly with Honeywell technology onboard. At this year’s event, we’re showcasing technologies and services demonstrate the agility, flexibility, reliability and affordability of Honeywell solutions for our customers.”

Honeywell technologies on display include:

  • Momentum control systems, including Honeywell’s HR10 and HR04 reaction wheel assemblies;
  • Space payload systems, including the redundant low noise amplifier; and
  • Navigation systems, including the stellar attitude and rate measurement unit (STARMUTM) and commercial MEMS stellar attitude reference unit (COMSTAR).

If you can’t join us at this year’s Space Symposium, make sure you visit us online to find more information about Honeywell solutions for manned and unmanned spacecraft as well as ground systems and mission operations support.