From railways, highways, neighborhood streets, and even peoples’ front door steps, new ground transportation innovations are transforming how we travel and move goods from place to place. As ground transportation rapidly evolves to meet the demands of manned and unmanned applications, Honeywell strives to help customers gain the competitive edge with reliable solutions that are engineered to function in all types of challenging environments.
Ground Transportation Solutions
Honeywell’s inertial measurement units (IMUs) use gyroscopes and accelerometers to provide accurate rotation and acceleration data. Meanwhile, our inertial navigation systems (INS) and global navigation system sensor (GNSS) unit blend IMU data with other sensors to relay position and altitude information under demanding operating conditions. This is especially critical for developing autonomous cars, which need to accurately measure and compensate for vibration in nearly every driving scenario.
As industrial vehicles in mines, ports and construction sites become increasingly automated, the need for accurate position and altitude information is critical. The no-license required IMU and INS/GNSS navigation solutions from Honeywell can provide precise measurements in the toughest of operating environments.
Honeywell’s INS, GNSS, high-performance accelerometers and RDR-84K radars give autonomous trucks the information they need for safe and profitable operations. Meanwhile, we offer a host of analytics, voice inspection and connectivity systems to help optimize fleet management.
Whether you seek to expand, upgrade or construct a new high-speed railway system, Honeywell’s inertial navigation systems and high-performance accelerometers and RDR-84K can deliver critical navigation information even in tunnels and other GPS denied environments. Along with corridor mapping capabilities, our products can also measure railway conditions, such as changes in the distance between railway tracks over time.
One of the greatest challenges when it comes to generating mobile maps is capturing accurate navigation data in GNSS-denied environments. Honeywell’s navigation technology pinpoints the vehicle's location to provide centimeter-level accuracy to enhance your mobile maps.
Honeywell is proud to help innovators transform the delivery of goods with intelligent, self-guided robotic vehicles. As businesses integrate robotic vehicles into last mile deliveries, Honeywell’s IMUs ensure these busy bots reach their destinations on time.
TALIN inertial navigation systems are proven, battle-tested and used in a variety of different applications. With more than 16,000 TALIN systems in the air, on land and at sea across 60 commercial and military platforms worldwide, it’s highly accurate, shock-stabilized position and pointing INS works easily with military and commercial surface platforms.
Why Honeywell Ground Transportation?
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News & Media
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