Thursday, July 8, 2021

Honeywell Offers New JetWave Technology

In 1994, Peter Zeller, a resident of Charlotte, NC, began serving in the United States Navy. During his service, Peter Zeller has worked with Honeywell International, also located in Charlotte, NC.

At the beginning of June 2021, Honeywell International announced that it would be developing technology for its JetWave products that improve satellite communications for military and governmental aircraft. Honeywell International is known for developing products across many industries, including aerospace.

With this incarnation, Honeywell International will introduce the JetWave MCX, which is an enhancement of the original JetWave product that offers high-speed WiFi for commercial and business jet passengers. With this product, customers can use Ka-band, a technology that allows higher bandwidth communication, which will provide more flexibility in accessing communication technologies from anywhere in the world.

In the past, the military has been limited in its choices of high-bandwidth communication, often having to access a vendor-locked network. With JetWave MCX, the military can access high-speed connectivity from anywhere around the world. This access can be used in warfare, surveillance, and humanitarian missions.

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

TH-73A, TH-57s Out of Navy Service

A resident of Charlotte, NC, Peter Zeller began his career with Honeywell International, also based in Charlotte, NC, in 2005. Concurrent with his business career, Peter Zeller serves as an officer in the United States Navy Reserve.

In June 2021, the US Navy announced the arrival of its new helicopter, the TH-73A. The aircraft will be critical in training rotary-wing and tilt-rotor aviators for the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. The technology integrated into the Advanced Helicopter Training System allows for an easier transition from training aircraft to fleet aircraft and focuses more on high-end war-fighting development and training.

With deliveries of the TH-73A continuing into 2024, the Navy will own 130 of this model. The helicopters will replace the TH-57 Sea Ranger, with the expectation that the Sea Ranger will be phased out by 2025. When the TH-73As arrive, they are already certified through the Federal Aviation Administration and ready for action.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Honeywell Technology Wins Top Honor at

For over 20 years, Peter Zeller of Charlotte, NC has served in the United States Navy and Navy Reserve. Peter Zeller joined Charlotte, NC-based Honeywell International, Inc., in 2005, a company that has advanced technology across sectors.

In May 2021, Honeywell International announced that its CT40 XP Healthcare (HC) mobile computer won Best Clinical Administration Hardware Device at the fifth annual Medtech Breakthrough Awards ceremony. This ceremony recognized the best technologies, companies, and products in the global health and technology sectors this year.

The mobile computer is an all-purpose technology designed for frontline workers. This technology allows for a simple and error-proof way to access and keep patient data secure. The computer includes Honeywell’s 2D imager that can quickly and accurately scan 1D and 2D barcodes and the high-resolution 13-megapixel color camera, which allows for the documentation on electronic health records or digital patient charts.

The mobile computer is certified for the highest level of data security of its type to protect patient information. The computer can also be used with Cerner’s CareAware Connect, Lawson’s SCM suite and Epic’s Rover to view patient medical history, treatment plans, medications, and other pieces of information.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

Honeywell Helps Whole Foods Reduce

A veteran who served in the Navy, Peter Zeller of Charlotte, NC, has worked for Honeywell, Inc., for close to 16 years. A Charlotte, NC-based business executive, Peter Zeller first started as a commodity leader and is presently a director of strategic sourcing.

In April, Honeywell Inc., announced that it will work with food retailer Whole Foods to install refrigerants in its US stores designed to significantly reduce carbon emissions. Honeywell is a corporation that devises innovative technologies, and is a leader in selling refrigerants. Alternatively, the natural and organic food retailer has adopted the company’s Solstice N40 (R-448A), a lower global-warming-potential (GWP) refrigerant for use in its grocery stores.

The purpose is to not only meet its sustainability goals, but also to work toward meeting standards under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) GreenChill program. The program is a partnership that the EPA shares with food retailers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by adopting alternative solutions and reducing refrigerants that deplete the ozone. Whole Foods is a founding member of the partnership that now includes 12 certified stores.

The Solstice N40 has a GWP (global-warming-potential) that is 68 percent less than legacy hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants, e.g., R-404A. N40 also results in less energy consumption than its R-404A counterpart. Trials in the US and European markets show that cooling equipment using Solstice N40 consumes from five to 15 percent less energy than that using R-404A. Moreover, existing systems can be retrofitted to use N40 or it can be integrated into new systems.

Honeywell Offers New JetWave Technology

In 1994, Peter Zeller , a resident of Charlotte, NC, began serving in the United States Navy. During his service, Peter Zeller has worked wi...