Thousands of the top air force officials will gather in Washington DC next week to learn about the latest in airborne, space and cyber technologies at the Air Force Association's (AFA) premier conference and exhibition. Honeywell is proud to showcase its latest technologies designed to enhance safety, improve situational awareness and drive mission success.
The AFA's Air, Space & Cyber Conference and Technology Exposition, which takes place Sept. 18-20, boasts more than 100,000 square feet of space with more than 130 companies showcasing the latest airpower, space and cyber capabilities.
Honeywell's strong relationship with the U.S. Air Force goes back many decades, and is built on a legacy of trust and performance. Our objective is to continue to work closely with our customers to provide long-term solutions and help enhance defense and national security.
At this year's exposition, Honeywell (Booth 138) will display the latest in connected and mechanical technologies.
JetWave satellite communications hardware: The Ka-Band system puts reliable, high-speed and consistent connectivity in the hands of warfighters where and when they need it.
Aspire 200 satellite communications hardware: The Aspire system, and the associated High-Data Rate software package, bring high-speed connectivity to the helicopter environment.
F124 turbofan engine: This engine has what it takes to power today's most advanced military jet trainers and light combat fighters – maximum performance, reliability and availability.
60 kVA Generator: This technology has demonstrated proven performance for decades, powering a number of fixed- and rotary-wing platforms.