HONEYWELL TO DEMONSTRATE CONNECTED TECHNOLOGIES FOR WORKERS, HOMES, BUILDINGS AT GITEX 2015
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Dubai, UAE – Oct. 14, 2015: Honeywell (NYSE: HON), the industry leader in wireless and scanning technologies used in home, building, and industrial applications, will be demonstrating some of its latest Internet-connected products at the 35th GITEX Technology Week from 18-22 October, 2015.
As part of its commitment to developing solutions that improve the quality of life for people around the world, Honeywell has actively focused on shaping and adding value to the Internet of Things (IoT). The company, which has a history of innovation stretching back for more than 125 years, is keen to help its customers capture the value being created by IoT, which experts predict will have an economic impact of between $3.9 trillion and $11.1 trillion per year in 2025. With the number of Internet-connected devices set to grow from 10.3 billion in 2014 to 29.5 billion in 2020, Honeywell is actively leveraging its 22,000 engineers and scientists and 118 research facilities around the world to develop new technologies designed to make workers, homes and buildings more secure, connected, energy efficient, and productive.
At GITEX, visitors will get a closer look at how Honeywell is empowering mobile workers with real-time information using the company’s new Dolphin CT50 handheld mobile computer, which streamlines operations and maximizes worker efficiencies by enabling them to make better decisions and increase customer satisfaction by wirelessly accessing enterprise systems, customer information and the Internet. Also on display will be Honeywell’s lifestyle-enhancing LYNX Touch, which allows consumers to control their home security system, lights, locks and thermostats, view video and more all from a central touchscreen or on mobile devices around their home. The headline technology event will also see a preview of Honeywell’s Smart
Wi-Fi Thermostat in action, which allows home and business owners remote access to A/C controllers through a computer, tablet, or smart phone through Honeywell’s highly rated Total Connect Comfort app, available on the iTunes store and Google Play.
“Honeywell is known worldwide for its expertise in inventing and manufacturing technologies that address the world’s toughest challenges, and with the evolution of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) we see a great opportunity to create the technology that will make the connected worker, the connected home and the connected building a reality,” commented Norm Gilsdorf, president, Honeywell Middle East, Russia and Central Asia.