Archives of Past Exhibits:Honeywell International
Delhi Auto Expo 2012
2011 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show
VNT DualBoost Turbo with Ball BearingInstalled Vehicles： Passenger vehicle diesel engines up to 265hp
VNT Turbo for Diesel Hybrid ApplicationInstalled Vehicles： Passenger vehicle diesel engines up to 160hp
Gasoline Turbo for Hybrid ApplicationInstalled Vehicles： Passenger vehicle gasoline hybrid engines up to 485hp in bi-turbo mode
Twin-Scroll Gasoline Turbo for Small EnginesInstalled Vehicles: Passenger vehicle gasoline engines up to 170hp
Gasoline Turbo for High-Temperature V8 ApplicationInstalled Vehicles: Passenger vehicle gasoline engine up to 570hp in bi-turbo mode
TwoStage Serial Boosting Architecture for 6-Cylinder Diesel EngineInstalled Vehicles: Passenger vehicle diesel engines up to 310hp
TwoStage Serial Boosting ArchitectureInstalled Vehicles: Passenger vehicle diesel engines up to 200hp
TwoStage Parallel Boosting ArchitectureInstalled Vehicles: Passenger Vehicle diesel engines up to 270hp
Delhi Auto Expo 2010
2009 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show
|MGT20 Twin-Scroll Turbo||GT40 DAVNT Turbo|
|Supplies to: Hino, Isuzu|
|GT45BB Turbo||GT20 Multivane Turbo|
|Supplies to: PSA, VW|
|GT14 and GT12 Turbos|
|Supplies to: PSA|
Frankfurt Motor Show 2005
|330d saloon + touring|
|Chrysler PT Cruiser|
|Mercedes C220 CDI|
|Mercedes E280 CDI|
|Jeep Grand Cherokee|
|New Sportage (KM)|
|Opel||Astra Station Wagon|
|Peugeot 407 Coupe|
|Golf /Golf+ / Touran|
|Multivan / Transp.|
Paris Motor Show 2004
-Exhibiting at Paris Auto Show 2004 was Honeywell Friction Materials, Honeywell Turbo Technologies, and Honeywell Sensing and Control.
-Both Honeywell Friction Materials and Honeywell Turbo Technologies are part of Honeywell Transportation business group, with $3.7 billion in revenues.
-Honeywell Sensing and Control is a division of Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions, a $7.5 billion business group.
Variable Nozzle - Turbine (VNT) technology from Garrett Turbochargers
-The Company's Variable Nozzle Turbine (VNT) technology is the result of the Company's pioneering work in the field of variable geometry turbochargers. Designed to improve fuel economy and engine response while enhancing engine braking capabilities, the Garrett VNT turbochargers reduces NOx emissions beyond the realm of conventional turbine bypass valves. The rotary electronic actuation for VNTs has been successfully adapted to a broad range of applications in both commercial and passenger vehicles. Its latest evolution is exemplified in the groundbreaking third generation VNT for passenger car vehicles.
JURID braking technology from Honeywell Friction Materials
-Nine out of the 25 best-selling passenger vehicles in Europe are outfitted with JURID friction materials, and that includes the top selling commercial vehicle in Europe.
-BMW, not only for the new 1 Series, but also 3-, 5-, 6- and 7-Series and the X3 and X5 Sports Activity Vehicles, has chosen JURID brake pads. Honeywell Friction Materials also supplies JURID brake pads for the Mini and the new Mini Cabriolet.
-Whilst the Company has been supplying products for Peugeot's 206 and 307 for some time, PSA recently chose JURID for the new 407 models and the top-of-the range 607. The new Citroen C4 also will sport JURID brake pads.
-With Mercedes latest technology in the compact class, the new A-Class is fitted with JURID friction products. Indeed, C-, E-, S- and SL- Class cars all rely on JURID for their braking needs.
-Whether it's Volvo's S60, V70, S80 or XC90 Sports Utility Vehicle, Jaguar's XJ Series or new twin turbo S-Type Diesel or Range Rover's latest offering, Ford's Premier Automotive Group depends on JURID products to provide premier braking performance.
-Audi's new A3 Sportback, Seat's Toledo and Altea, and Skoda's new Octavia models draw on the experience gained on Volkswagen's Golf, using JURID friction materials.
Optical Keyless Sensors and Fiber Optic Pressure Sensors
-Honeywell Sensing and Control has developed a passive, keyless sensor in a robust, rugged and compact package for integration into automobile manufacturer's passive keyless entry systems. The Company also signed an agreement with Optrand, a major developer and manufacturer of static and dynamic pressure sensors, providing the Company exclusive rights to the Optrand fiber optic pressure sensing technology for direct measurement of in-cylinder pressure.
Optical Keyless Sensor
-The Honeywell Optical solution offers a unique combination of fast response time, low power consumption, and adaptable placement that makes this keyless sensor very cost effective reducing overall system costs. It allows for an easy, hands-free keyless entry into the vehicle with no searching for a key, thus providing instantaneous detection when the driver reaches for the door handle. Typical response time is less than 3.5 milliseconds and is adaptable to specific system supplier requirements utilizing minimal power consumption of less than 300 micro-Amps.
-The Company's Opto-electronics sensor provides designers with the flexibility to integrate the sensor with virtually any type of door handle bracket or inside the handle itself.
-Vehicle OEMs and system suppliers can quickly to incorporate the Company's sensor technology into door handle applications to address consumer needs for increased safety, fast and convenient lock and unlock conditions, and enhanced vehicle security.
Fiber Optic Pressure Sensing Technology
-In-cylinder pressure sensing allows an unprecedented level of engine performance, reducing the total system cost required to achieve stringent new emission regulations. Optrand is the first company to develop and verify fiber optic pressure sensing for use in in-cylinder engine applications. The Company has licensed all patents, pending patents, provisional patents, and associated IP.
-This technology addresses a major need in the marketplace, making it an ideal fit for the Company, which has a broad line of products for the transportation industry. Optrand has developed a family of fiber optic pressure sensors that are characterized by high performance and long service life. This technology is an enabler for the powertrain initiatives in the Company's automotive, aviation, transportation, ordnance and marine lines of business.
-Optrand fiber optic pressure sensors provide many advantages over competing technology. Key advantages include maximum operating temperature up to 450 degree Celsius, miniature sizes, high accuracy due to direct pressure measurements (as opposed to indirect techniques), immunity to EMI and possibility of integration with existing engine components (e.g. spark plug, glow plugs, injectors and gaskets).