Darius Adamczyk, chief executive officer and chairman at Honeywell, discusses the company’s first-quarter sales growth, global growth opportunities, and taking a disciplined approach to investments and M&A. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets.
When Honeywell rolled out its Intelligent Wearables at last year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), a key factor that made the technology so applicable to hazardous industries like oil and gas was the hardware platform from RealWear. The hands-free, head-mounted HMT-1Z1 platform is the first commercially available device that can be used by field workers in highly restricted ATEX Zone 1 C1/D1 zones where potentially explosive gases are present.
Honeywell has launched a new automated tool for distribution centers that does not require an operator or modifications for use inside different-sized trailers or shipping containers.
Developed by Honeywell Intelligrated, part of Fortune 100 technology giant Honeywell, the new smart robotics offering uses AI to operate fully autonomously inside of a trailer, with the company claiming it would reduce both manual effort and damage to packages.