HTSL’s Research group, works with Honeywell product R&D groups and Honeywell Research Labs globally develops key technologies that enhance Honeywell products to benefit its customers. It also collaborates with premier universities and other research institutes regionally and globally.
The computation and communication systems (CCS) lab focuses on core research in the fields of computation systems with a primary focus on wireless system design. The CCS lab has core competencies in research pertaining to algorithm design, analysis and parallelization, large scale complex system design and implementation, model based development, modeling and simulation of networks and performance analysis, etc,.
The Intelligence Vehicle Technologies group works on autonomous vehicle systems for various applications like Unmanned Air Vehicles, Mining, Agriculture, Smart transportation systems, Robot vehicles, Marine vessels, etc,. The focus areas include navigation, perception sensing, guidance, x-by-wire controls, multi-sensor fusion, fault tolerance and reconfiguration, smart communication and computing platforms with competencies ranging from multi-sensor fusion algorithms, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning to Vision sensor processing techniques, etc,.
The Computer Vision and Image Analysis Group is dedicated to conducting basic and applied research in computer vision and image processing. On the other hand, the research focus of Control Automation Technologies group is in developing technologies in the areas of process optimization, monitoring and control for various industry verticals. The key competencies of the group are in advanced modeling, optimization, system identification, data analytics and control. The Advanced Technology Solutions group focuses on demonstrating business and societal value of advanced/emerging/nascent technologies by creating innovative applications and solutions and the group’s key capabilities include Algorithms implementation & Optimization, System architecture and design, Embedded Systems, Usability and Human Factors, and Modeling & Simulation. The HTSL Research group also includes an Analytics IP group dedicated for IP support.