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Wayne A Soehren, Charles T Bye, Charles L Keyes: Navigation system, method and software for foot travel. Honeywell, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth PA, February 18, 2003: US06522266 (176 worldwide citation)

A navigation system for mounting on a human. The navigation system includes one or more motion sensors for sensing motion of the human and outputting one or more corresponding motion signals. An inertial processing unit coupled to one or more of motion sensors determines a first position estimate ba ...


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Claude Timsit: Method of recording in a disk memory and disk memory system. Cii Honeywell Bull, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, March 28, 1989: US04817035 (175 worldwide citation)

A method of recording numerical information in a plurality of disk units, in which the bits of each word of numerical information are transmitted simultaneously, each bit being allocated to a unit associated with the weight of that bit in that word, and a memory system for implementing the method, i ...


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Larry Coyle: Cell phone reading mode using image timer. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, July 15, 2014: US08777108 (174 worldwide citation)

An EIR terminal containing an image capture device configured to scan an image. The EIR terminal includes a lighting and exposure mechanism. The EIR terminal also includes a camera sensor interface with a stat FIFO. The stat FIFO is configured to receive data from the image capture device. When the ...


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John A Furlong, Mark Jose Antonio Hernandez, Craig Koch, James Nahill, Charles Joseph Cunningham IV, Sean Philip Kearney, Taylor Smith: System having imaging assembly for use in output of image data. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, June 3, 2014: US08740085 (173 worldwide citation)

A system in one embodiment is operative to attempt to decode decodable indicia. The system can include an imaging assembly and a display. The display can be operative to display image data output utilizing the imaging assembly.


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Israel Menahem: 3 degree of freedom hand controller. Honeywell, Charles J Ungemach, September 1, 1992: US05142931 (171 worldwide citation)

A hand controller which includes a hand grip having therein a gimble mechanism for allowing rotatory motion about three axes which intersect in the interior of the hand grip and from which motion transmitting members allow the motions about the three axes to be transmitted to remote pick off devices ...


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Thea Lynn Feyereisen, Christopher J Misiak, Victor A Riley: Interfaces for planning vehicle routes. Honeywell International, John G Shudy Jr, September 11, 2001: US06289277 (170 worldwide citation)

A system for producing vehicle routes such as aircraft flight plans in the presence of weather and other hazards defines static and moving hazards with polygons drawn on a display containing graphic hazard regions. Different hazard types and intensities are displayed differently. Both lateral and ve ...


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Philip J Bohrer, Gregory J Merten, Robert J Schnell, Michael B Atlass: Profile based method for deriving a temperature setpoint using a ‘delta’ based on cross-indexing a received price-point level signal. Honeywell International, June 3, 2003: US06574581 (170 worldwide citation)

A method for adjusting a plurality of controlled subsystems in a building or plant that facilitates cooperative energy usage with a utility provider. By referring to a single profile of adjustments that correspond to changes in the value of a utility signal and distributing this to each relevant con ...


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Werner H Egli, Dennis Kuhlmann, Jack E Wier: Helmet-mounted sighting system. Honeywell, Trevor B Joike, September 8, 1981: US04287809 (169 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic system for determining the orientation including position of a helmet worn by a pilot is disclosed, having a transmitting antenna for transmitting electromagnetic field vectors, a receiving antenna for sensing the electromagnetic field vectors, a control apparatus responsive to th ...


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Cleopatra Cabuz, Thomas R Ohnstein, Michael R Elgersma: Electrostatic/pneumatic actuators for active surfaces. Honeywell International, John G Shudy Jr, April 10, 2001: US06215221 (168 worldwide citation)

An actuator device providing an active surface. The actuator has a base having at least one first electrostatic electrode mounted therein which is oriented for electrostatic cooperative action with an opposing electrostatic electrode in a cover mounted above the first electrostatic electrode to defi ...


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Martin L Fasack, William A Rutz, Robert G Voll: Method and apparatus for monitoring the operating environment of a computer system. Honeywell Bull, John S Solakian, Lewis P Elbinger, April 18, 1989: US04823290 (166 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus features a system for automatically monitoring the operating environment and other physical conditions around and in which a host computer system operates. Sensors located around a computer system, including inside equipment cabinets and under the floor where cabling and air a ...