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Aerion AS2 Program Update
"This bill carries senior editor with business and commercial aviation and welcome to this. Vca podcast which has the distinction of being the first ca. Podcast of twenty twenty one. I'm pleased to be joined by matthew. Mahia chief financial officer and executive vice president strategy and investor relations with aryan the developer of the. As to supersonic business jet have asked area and mr mahia to provide us with an update and the to program matthew. Thank you for joining us today. And it's in a spacious day based on some announcements that have just been made. Uh that we can talk about well. Thank you bill so much and happy new year and it's it's a pleasure to share some time with you. Thank you very much. I appreciate that based on what has been reported. Recently the schedule for the two calls for a preliminary design review of the aircraft this year long lead manufacturing of the first components is due to begin in twenty twenty two with final assembly starting at the new area and park in melbourne florida and twenty twenty three the first flight plan in two thousand and twenty five and finally entry into service in twenty twenty seven and as i mentioned there was some inter. There's been some interesting announcements. Made just today one of which is that. The faa has published its final rule that streamlines the flight authorization process for testing supersonic over land. So i expect that will be helpful. Matthew heads the covid nineteen pandemic slow down preparations for the two preliminary design review and twenty twenty one. And when is that do to happen. Thanks fell just just like the whole rest of our industry we've dealt with a pretty challenging year but we're so excited at the development of the program and the schedule you laid out is the one we're marsh against and were very confident. We'll hit that'll be. Pdr at the end of this year. You know when when. Kobe began I think we just like everyone else. We were trying to manage What looks like a pretty heavy disruption in the marketplace and we certainly saw that in to real early step to make sure that we can preserve the program. We preserved our entire team of about one hundred fifty souls and really advanced the overall design of the aircraft considerably. And you know it was over the course of the year that there was a fair amount of uncertainty particularly on the commercial side But we've been bullied by just a considerable interest in private aviation given the security constraints given health concerns. And otherwise we've seen actually an increase interest in not only private aviation writ large But certainly our product and that's been reflected in what has been growing backlog even even more secure demand for the product in the future. Fortunately the industry did the year or see another aircraft programs kinda return to more normal behavior and we think obviously with the onset of the axioms to get back to normal as soon as possible. We're quite confident in the schedule that you laid out get enough to first light and twenty five and entering the service at the end of twenty twenty seven. Good good and it's great to hear that you're able to keep the team together during this period. But what is the status of the program industrial team. And specifically can you describe the participation of boeing and spirit aerosystems as we hadn't at twenty twenty one. Yeah absolutely you know we. We've done a lot here at area on but We've always known and believed that we need to really bring the whole industry. Together to be successful and boeing spirit others like honeywell They're critical to this program. And we we have fantastic. Partners specifically for boeing and spirit boeing became an investor shareholder in the company back in february of two thousand nine hundred that the amount has not been disclosed but you know it was a significant contribution to our fundraising for that. They did receive two board seats and actually last year. With one of their board members. Retirement for boeing. We were really pleased to have ed. Never all going take on the board responsibility boeing's a great partner. They continue to believe in the long term strategic vision that we all came together. Obviously going like all industry had a lot of challenges This year But they continue to be a defendant credible part for us in the case of spirit again. We've got a long history. Has some of us as as principles with some of the leadership. Tom jelly has just been a fantastic partner. For program. spirit actually increased their participation in the program they had always been On board for the design of the few slosh we awarded them. The production of the few fuselage units a year and they actually increased their investment in the program.
Dow falls more than 200 points to end November, but still posts biggest monthly gain since 1987
"Today on Wall Street, despite a down day, November was the best month for the Dow since 1987 stocks ending lower in the last trading session of November, but still managed to log a monthly return for the record books with the S and P 500 notching its best November ever and the Dow posting its best monthly gain in three decades as investors cheered the prospect of covert 19 vaccines. Economically sensitive stocks were among the laggards. Today, the Dow winners Apple, WalMart and Intel. The Dow decliners, Honeywell Going in sales force and shares a modernist searched 18% after the drug maker said would ask us and European health regulators to authorize use of the company's cove in 19 vaccine, the Dow falling 272 points the NASDAQ Down seven S and P 500 down 17
"honeywell" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Don't help each other out. We just don't support each other. And i would just say that. That's completely false. I mean we need with women in silicon valley once a month. We now do zoom calls. Were all talking about areas that we can help each other personally and professionally rollicking at some is looking for a different job or someone needs to move or we have a role that we get filled. It's like an incredible incredibly strong network. Were all really super supportive of each other again personally professionally and i just deeply value cherish that so it really is fun to watch. It's fun to be a part of. It's fun to coach the new. Cio's new Could find a coach number bit. So it's just been. It's been super personally rewarding to see that explosion. That's wonderful yeah. What great progress. That is I wanted to also ask you as you look to the future. We've talked about a number of trends and number trends that have become central to some of the offering. You you you you've been talking talking about within honeywell. What other trends particularly to you as you look to the future. Well i actually think that biggest one is. I actually think a machine learning really ready for it and i now. That's been out there for while. I know we talk about it and i know we've got some companies have really advanced. They're thinking we have a lot of that built our products but i need e is specifically in running. It you know there's a whole notion of a ox almost best contradictory or you know not the same sentence but when you think about where. Ai is good. It's we have this plethora of data in lots and lots of data that you want to you. Want to extract insights from it so an renamed. Ai artificial intelligence like what does that really mean to actionable. Insights is delay. Because i really think that when you look at operations for example running. It or anything. The has plethora of data any want to extract those things that make a difference slows things. That are actionable those things. Wow i didn't know that server over there is really affecting those applications by. Didn't know we made this one tweak here. It would have a massive effect on the overall experience for our for our employees customers partners. So i think that's becoming very very very real. In fact we're getting ready to launch what we're calling a smart virtual assistant inside the organization that is going to help solve all the demands and requests employees will start with it. I but the reality is going to be able to introduce a am machine learning a smart virtual assisted. That were really enable us to give a different. It'll change the game. And how employees operate within the within honeywell in actually provide those a more efficient and highly value added service. It's really done with a bot or using automation very interesting exciting things to come to say the least shooting worden for joining me today. It's been great seeing you as usual and thank you for the great insights from your current your current position during these most unusual times. It's been a great conversation. It's my pleasure peter. It's great to see you as well. Thank you thanks for tuning in. Please join me on monday. When my guess will be peter while the executive director of mit's scissor..
"honeywell" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"I thought we would begin our conversation with your role. You the chief digital technology officer at honeywell and talk a bit about that. That's an interesting combination of of areas of responsibility that translates each side of that translates differently in different kinds of organizations and yours is quite a large and complex. One to talk a little bit. If you wouldn't mind about how that translates into your environment. What is your purview. Yes so so. I joined tiny well really because of the mission of the organization. I see iran chairman darius in the management team have a very very aggressive in very exciting digital transformation. We have many almost every function in the organization. So think of your traditional functions. Hr finance legal procurement as well as i'm sorry supply chain as well as our strategic business units all have digital initiatives that they're driving within the organization in the role or. It's it's kind of at the hub of that. We help with the technology we help with. Data in data is so important as we all know is i view jada as the digital currency is the currency of digital transformation to make all this work. You have to make sure that you're extracting data from silos of erp in salesforce and all that in creating it so that it really does create an experience for our customer partners employees. The connects our knowledge about them and gives them this. Frictional seamless experience of how they interact with anyone moving forward. So under the purview. I have on the technology associated with the corporate. It world everything from illegal finance contracts h. Are all the way through the spg technology. The strategic business unit technology as well as making sure that we really do a harmonize. The data across organization in use that data in in building friction lists experience are always offers honors very interesting. And that's that's easier said than done as as large and complex as this organization is can you talk a bit about imprompt some of this predates set as your nine or so months in private. The origins of it may predate your time with the with the company. But can you talk a bit about that process of harmonizing the data. You make a great point that in order to get the full value out of that currency that the currency of digital transformation that you need to make sure that you are governing that appropriately so that you can draw the appropriate insights from that make better decisions and so on talk a little bit about some of the building blocks to get their first thing. Is i think three years ago. They decided to centralize it so the majority incentivized majority of a corporate. It is centralized but simultaneously. The ministry team has done such a great job at creating. i call global design models. So if we're gonna go to a single er he or a single salesforce or it single e commerce and we have to decide what the processes is having a global design model. So the good news is we create these global design models for you know the major major <hes>. Processes in technology across organization in ultimately every strategic business unit will converge on that converge on a global design model. Additionally i'll get a little bit technical magic. Create your customer masters your product masters. You gotta make sure you never materials master so making sure that you have. The data structured in a way that it's holistic and also centralized there were all using inconsistent both data structure as well as the technology so the organizations doesn't amazing job at creating this. We actually have a transformation day once a month. We actually talk about whatever. Projects are inflated. Whenever we're doing so that we can all converge on these <hes>. It s in a streamlined. Consistent standard approach and having said that as you said our business units are very different. We have aerospace oiling. Gas honeywell business technology <hes>. The honeymoon connective rising all had their own nuances. So as you structure design in converge and have standardization <unk>. Eighty percent of it. You have to allow for that. Twenty percent of flexibility that each of the other strategic business units need to run their business.
Digital Transformation with Honeywell Chief Digital Technology Officer, Sheila Jordan
"I thought we would begin our conversation with your role. You the chief digital technology officer at honeywell and talk a bit about that. That's an interesting combination of of areas of responsibility that translates each side of that translates differently in different kinds of organizations and yours is quite a large and complex. One to talk a little bit. If you wouldn't mind about how that translates into your environment. What is your purview. Yes so so. I joined tiny well really because of the mission of the organization. I see iran chairman darius in the management team have a very very aggressive in very exciting digital transformation. We have many almost every function in the organization. So think of your traditional functions. Hr finance legal procurement as well as i'm sorry supply chain as well as our strategic business units all have digital initiatives that they're driving within the organization in the role or. It's it's kind of at the hub of that. We help with the technology we help with. Data in data is so important as we all know is i view jada as the digital currency is the currency of digital transformation to make all this work. You have to make sure that you're extracting data from silos of erp in salesforce and all that in creating it so that it really does create an experience for our customer partners employees. The connects our knowledge about them and gives them this. Frictional seamless experience of how they interact with anyone moving forward. So under the purview. I have on the technology associated with the corporate. It world everything from illegal finance contracts h. Are all the way through the spg technology. The strategic business unit technology as well as making sure that we really do a harmonize. The data across organization in use that data in in building friction lists experience are always offers honors very interesting. And that's that's easier said than done as as large and complex as this organization is can you talk a bit about imprompt some of this predates set as your nine or so months in private. The origins of it may predate your time with the with the company. But can you talk a bit about that process of harmonizing the data. You make a great point that in order to get the full value out of that currency that the currency of digital transformation that you need to make sure that you are governing that appropriately so that you can draw the appropriate insights from that make better decisions and so on talk a little bit about some of the building blocks to get their first thing. Is i think three years ago. They decided to centralize it so the majority incentivized majority of a corporate. It is centralized but simultaneously. The ministry team has done such a great job at creating. i call global design models. So if we're gonna go to a single er he or a single salesforce or it single e commerce and we have to decide what the processes is having a global design model. So the good news is we create these global design models for you know the major major Processes in technology across organization in ultimately every strategic business unit will converge on that converge on a global design model. Additionally i'll get a little bit technical magic. Create your customer masters your product masters. You gotta make sure you never materials master so making sure that you have. The data structured in a way that it's holistic and also centralized there were all using inconsistent both data structure as well as the technology so the organizations doesn't amazing job at creating this. We actually have a transformation day once a month. We actually talk about whatever. Projects are inflated. Whenever we're doing so that we can all converge on these It s in a streamlined. Consistent standard approach and having said that as you said our business units are very different. We have aerospace oiling. Gas honeywell business technology The honeymoon connective rising all had their own nuances. So as you structure design in converge and have standardization Eighty percent of it. You have to allow for that. Twenty percent of flexibility that each of the other strategic business units need to run their business.
President Trump to host roundtable in Phoenix on Monday
"Kick off the week in Arizona. Lisa Taylor reports. The president will be in Phoenix to hold a Latinos for Trump Round table at the Arizona Grand Resort at 11 A.m.. President has previously visited the area for a campaign stop in Yuma, another at the Honeywell plant and for a campaign rally in Phoenix in February. Trumps visit to Phoenix comes after traveling through Nevada over the weekend on the campaign trail. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio.
In Seismic Shakeup, Dow Replaces Exxon Mobil with Salesforce
"We'll talk about an exclusive club the only members allowed into the Dow, Jones Industrial? Average. Are The thirty most stalwart icons of the American economy names like Home Depot Microsoft McDonald's Johnson and Johnson Caterpillar Goldman Sachs and until next Monday. Exxon Mobil. That's right. The Dow is throwing Exxon out not long ago such a move would have been unthinkable. The multibillion dollar oil company is the longest standing member of the Dow. It was first listed in October of nineteen. Twenty eight. The. Dow's leaders announced their choice to boot Exxon late, Monday the move is so remarkable that Bloomberg called it a stunning fall from grace for the giant oil company. Is Twenty Thirteen Exxon Mobil was the world's largest publicly traded company according to CNBC. But now in the flash of time that has been the Kobe pandemic traditional oil companies have fallen out of favor as oil revenues and profits. Sink investors are spurning energy businesses. As we've reported here. Recently, Exxon has been foundering as the green economy becomes more and more important to global consumers. Bloomberg reports that exodus is now valued at only one, hundred, eighty, billion dollars A. Drop of forty percent just since New Year's and even more sense it's half a trillion dollar valuation in two thousand seven. You could say Exxon's worth is plunged as deep as one of its offshore drills like whack-a-mole when a company is pushed off the Dow, another one jumps up to replace it. In this case the Dow kicked out three businesses, Exxon? Mobil pharmaceutical company Pfizer and Raytheon. Technologies like Exxon Raytheon is also a dow old timer it was first. Listed in nineteen, thirty, nine, swapping into those slots are salesforce dot COM tech company specializing in customer relationship management. The Dow also added Biotech Company Amgen and industrial conglomerate Honeywell International. This is the Dow's biggest shakeup in seven years, not surprisingly the share prices of the three companies joining the Dow was Tuesday for the three kicked off the island. Well, you guessed it share prices fell. There's a much bigger strategy here than simply reflecting Exxon's ill fortunes the Dow. Index of American blue chip stocks was invented by Charles Dow and ninety four, two years later down his partner Edward Jones surely you know that name publish their first list of a dozen blue chip stocks ever since the Dow has served as a benchmark the standard intended to measure the strength or weakness of the US. Stock Market for that reason, it's leaders sometimes shuffled membership in the Dow to reflect the changing makeup in value of the entire stock market. And for that matter, the entire American economy
Salesforce, Amgen, Honeywell up in premarket on news of Dow industrials shake-up
"A look at the changes that are coming to the Dow Jones industrial average because you are seeing movement in the shares that air going in and coming out. You've got Amgen up 3.5% Honeywell up 3.5% salesforce dot com Up 2.5% They're all going into the Dow industrials before Monday's open all this tied into apples for for one stock split, which will be complete by then They want to maintain technology as a percent of the index. Of course, you know, the Dow is Price waited, so Apple split will bring down the percentage of technology within the average. So they ad sales force they put in Honeywell. Ah to go Morte toward industrial away from just defense, which Raytheon Technologies represents an Amgen eyes replacing fighter. So you get a biotech element. All the
Exxon Mobil dropped from the Dow after nearly a century
"Back in 2011. Exxon Mobil was the world's biggest company. Now the oil giant is worth just $180 billion. That's less than 1/10 of what Apple is worth. So is getting kicked out of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow. The Dow Jones industrial average along with Visor and Raytheon, In favor of software, giant sales force, the biotech Amgen and industrial giant Honeywell
Delta CEOs Letter on the Future
"Delta CEO at bastion just released a letter announcing some of their outlook going forward they just had a Let's off. You know period of laying off a lot of people. Also, they just had a bunch of employees except early retirement. So we'll chat about that a little bit and his outlook also interesting article I. The BBC on how jet planes are getting sent to bone yards essentially also a little bit of lightning strike news because we are a lightning i. Couple people injured at the DHL hub when lightning strikes Lightning struck a ramp. It sounds like so a couple of workers injured. We'll talk a little bit about that which apparently happens more than people realize. As, we get into our engineering segment we're a little bit about honeywell they're UV cabin disinfection system. It's really interesting how all the world is changing as far as cleanliness and disinfection, and obviously air aircraft is no different. We'll also talk about the avionics aircraft, which is a really fascinating looking vehicle with a tilt rotor. It's and they're developing guests that for the US Army, and then lastly, as we jumped to some electric the for Tilt Wing, even T. O. L. So. A lot of discussion on that really interesting design, very complex design. So Allen, let's start with news. We both just read ed bastion the Delta CEO's letter. What are some of your thoughts they gotta stop the cash poor and that's a that's a thought and Twenty twenty seven million down from a hundred, million poor per day, which is staggering three billion dollars a month they used their burning back in. April Yeesh. Wow. That's that's a lot of cash burn the. Industry in what Delta jetblue southwest American united or all trying to do is get to customer satisfaction numbers up so they can increase the ridership so they can fill some airplanes because I think the issue right now is consumer confidence. That the aircraft are in the airports themselves for that matter are clean and that they're taking precautions that were being told about every thirty seconds that That were maintaining social distance that were wiping down the airplanes, cleaning the airplanes and that everybody on the airplanes or were masks. At seems to be a very effective way of dealing with the the problem is is that. I think people are travelling at least I haven't seen any indication that There's been any sort of covid transmission via airline flights and we've been flying. We ain't never shut down the airlines they've been flying. Since this, all started. So we have several months of data and thousands of flights tens of thousands of flights at this point doesn't seem like there's a connection between Kobe transmissions and flying in airplanes that doesn't seem to be a
Airbus Makes Autonomous Takeoff & Landing
"Airbus they sell flying plane just completed successful to act a taxi takeoff and landing. So this is not a small plane either this was the eighth HR fifty one thousand X. WB. And obviously. full-scale like commercial, Wayne which is pretty cool. So is this getting close to market is something that's in our near future autonomous or we still a ways away why I kind of wonder if this is driven by all the can I, fly the plane like just GonNa be pilot to push the button no. Undefined that will not happen for a long time but I, it's a large airplane, the three fifty, a bigger playing the dash one thousand is is a very long aircraft. I think. Airbus's flexing their muscle a little bit and I think Boeing would have done it already to if they could have they got other problems right now they're trying to deal with. The ability to. Fly An aircraft autonomously of that size, and particularly taxi taxis the place where a lot more difficulties it is not easy. So. You have to have a very, very talented engineering staff to even get close to do something like that and great software engineers and with all the ev to. Electric vertical-takeoff-landing aircraft talking by being autonomous and Honeywell and some others and Garm, and doing a lot of things that are nearly autonomous. I'm not surprised they Airbus's stepped up and say, okay, watch this. No way no way they went to show that yeah. Airbus isn't playing either they if they wanted to do it, they could do it but on the other side. Airbus has watched some of the problems that Boeing and Airbus as had with politics make mistakes in the air and I know Boeing this past week talked about the CEO was talking about. How the aircraft is, GonNa. Be More autonomous in that. They were GonNa let pilots make as many. critical decisions whether they could get their craft in trouble and Airbus has been down that path. His was done that long ago. So I'm not surprised that Airbuses doing it. How how would they would ever? I don't think wherever to the point in the next ten years. I don't see there's going to be autonomous aircraft in a commercial sense either cargo or commercial flight. But if it does release some of the burden on the pilots and make the airplane fly cleaner and smoother on all that I would expect a lot of those pieces of information that to Airbus has developed on this project will be integrated into the aircraft over time will be well, how does this affect pilots in the long term? So say you know ten years from now pilots don't have to take off they don't have to land. And they don't have to do that much. Do they become quickly out of practice like actually having to do these things to say the system is like not working one day and they have to land it and haven't landed a plane in a hundred flights I mean is this Nina I mean like if you don't Cook dinner every night, you get rusty at at whipping up of really nice meal. You know what I mean yes I think that's totally true I it's just a nature. Outcome that it's inevitable the the other side of that is. Companies like Airbus and Boeing. Aircraft Company have the ability to create simulators and put pilots in simulators into them. Quote fly the airplane. because the the one thing you don't want to burn a bunch of fuel getting a pilot up to speed if you don't have to And if there's any complacency. The regulatory bodies like Yasa and the FAA will be all over it. And the the first people usually complain about not getting enough lifetime other pilots quite honestly they wanna be as. As. Ever that's that's the big push by all the pilots. Unions is proficiency proficiency proficiency and proficiency means seat time actually flying the airplane in fact I remember flying on southwest. A couple of times this that's been tennis years ago maybe a little bit longer. Remember flying I remember the aircraft being hand flown. For landing I thought boy that is so it's been a longest time that I've been on an aircraft been hand flown because he just put the out how do you put on the flight path and it just flies it but the south I ask southwest pilot while was leaving the airplane you flew that you flew that by hand all the way down he goes. Yeah. It's it's he said it's good for US pilots to fly the aircraft. It just gives us more proficiency. So I don't see this is taking over. Time. But I do think there are when having redundant systems or helpful systems on aircraft and pilots out of trouble.
"honeywell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"It was not a good start to take my numbers down twice spaces six weeks. I looked like I didn't know what I was doing and. Quite, honestly I did because I had no idea. The extent of the problems I was having to deal with. and. It was not the most auspicious of starts. I! Love to know then because you also had to handle extreme adversity in two thousand eight in coming out of that I think you made twenty five hundred millionaires out of GM employee during that time, so you seem to be someone honeywell, Honeywell employees are yes honeywell. You seem to be able to handle uncertainty in very difficult times. So, what is it about you that? During those times, you can get those around you to then lead through and come out better at the other side. Well. I guess I'm kind of a bragging a bit now, but I do think my judgment is pretty good. And I've often said there were. Three essential principles for leadership. The first is the ability to mobilize large group of people. And it's the most visible. It's the one that people like to relate to. They like a great speech. ETC, but I also say that's only about five percent of the job. And, if you can give a great speech and motivate people, it doesn't mean you're a great leader. Means you're a great order? Is a big difference between those two. So. There's a number of ways to mobilize a group of people, the second big one though. and where I think. Makes a difference. Is You gotTa have good judgment? You gotta be able to pick the right direction. If you mobilize everybody, and then you spent forty years wandering in the desert. You're not a great leader. You're you've got a working down the wrong path. And that's us. Significant problem for an organization I think that's one of the areas that I do..
GermFalcon to take flight as Honeywell UV Cabin System
"At accident venture in Los Angeles is playing a big role now in the fight against coronavirus the orthopedic surgeon by day and tinkerer whenever he can invented his germ falcon after the swine flu pandemic author Crichton Berg's daughter was playing volleyball at the time and he wanted to create something to disinfect the balls during games and all that it actually worked when the U. V. was applied properly he tried to sell to major airlines as a device to quickly disinfect planes using UV light virgin American showed some interest they were required and your line the choir them had greater priority in Crichton Berg tells can next to deal never took off however Kobe nineteen has changed all that he says he's now working with Honeywell international to build several units of his U. V. invention to be distributed to the world's airlines however using ultraviolet light to disinfect is nothing new there have been more than thirty patents filed on the concept since nineteen ninety
"honeywell" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"The reopening in states across the US from the economic shutdown designed to slow the spread of the corona virus lead to some new hot spots of infection, new cases and hospitalizations from covert are accelerating in at least eleven, states, many of them across the southern US Texas has reported three consecutive days of record breaking in nineteen hospitalizations in new confirmed cases and test. Positive rates in Arizona are increasing. Increasing so as part of the US pushed deeper into reopening, keeping safe people returning to work and making sure surges, don't turn into outbreaks is a key priority for business. Leaders Honeywell the software. Industrial conglomerate is one of a number of corporations stepping up in the pandemic to produce personal protective equipment. CEO Darius Damn. Check welcomed President Trump on a tour of honeywell facility last month in Phoenix. United States Donald Trump. Great Company and it's an honor to be with you and. we traveled with Darius. Chief Executive is a way businessman and a tremendous job with the company, but I'm thrilled to be here. In the fantastic state of Arizona Love Ariza. Moments ago, we saw the brand new production lines where you're making high quality and ninety five respirators, they are made to perfection. In addition to manufacturing honeywell is turning to high tech innovations to control safety environments in whatever is the new normal. Here's Becky with wells CEO Darius you've got a big announcement to share this morning about a partnership with one of the top players in the cloud and something you are working on again to try and stop the spread of coronavirus. Why don't you tell us about that? Good Morning. Becky nice to see you again. Nice to be with you. Yet today's a very exciting day for us. We're GONNA. Be announcing a partnership with SAT. It's a natural partnership with their expertise in the European space in the IT space. Our expertise in the OT space It's kind of a natural marriage. L. Etre partnership and focus of is going to be a cloud based solutions based on our porch flat, and there s sap quite or for are connected buildings offering. We think that this is an exciting day for building owners building operators as we're going to be bringing substantial energy savings. We're going to be bring a better occupant. Experience and I didn't go to really most important. Especially these times is we're going to be. Bringing employs back. Go much safer environment. Initially when Cova crisis head. We responded very quickly and effectively to make sure that we bring this solutions that were needed whether it's ninety five masks or sensors for ventilators for hand, sanitizers will convert converted to to over plans to make and sanitizer. Would we're focusing our energy on now is how does the world operate in this quasi state between a full medical solution and fully working from home, and that solution is going to be are healthier buildings offering which is going to offer? Improved air circulation cleaner air through the use of you, the lights some of our AI technologies that are gonNA. Make sure that people are social distancing some of our rebellion. cameras not only will measure temperatures on people entering the building, but even through the use of. Make sure that they're actually wearing the proper way, so we think that this is going to be a great solution. For able to transition back to the offices Darius that's that's huge and I think it would make. People feel much more comfortable if they knew they could come into these environments, because so much of what we've heard to this point. Is that inside air circulation could be a serious problem. We've watched it in diagrams where you can see for instance at a restaurant or at a church or something where they map out how close you're sitting to people, and how many people on this floor of the office actually got it after one person came down with coronavirus. What you're talking about sounds pretty intense. How quickly can you roll some of these things out? How quickly would you be able to scale this up? I know that you have a huge presence when it comes to these. Non Residential Buildings over twenty five percent of the world's nonresidential buildings. Are Actually powered by honeywell. So how quickly could you roll out solutions like this? Ready to engage customers right now. These solutions already ready to go. You know we're starting to roll them out in the Honeywell building, so we're. We're certainly ready to go right now to engage customers in some those discussions and I and I would also point out. Our solutions are not just limited to buildings. For example we've also created set of solutions for the airlines have. Have happened to have some discussions. Airline CEO's a number of them earlier this week. By how do we make travel safer for passengers and we had some ideas? They have a of ideas, but role focused on the same thing which is, how do we make that environment safer and the same kinds of things which is healthier, air circulation making sure that the cabin is? Clean that it's been disinfected that passengers at the end of the day need to feel safer travel, so we have a similar set of solutions there. We haven't for industrial plan cybersecurity all these things that are gonNA become so relevant now as the world gets back to work. You say you have these solutions that are ready to roll out right now. a couple of questions. What's it cost and? How as a as an employee going into a building as an air traveler? How would I know those things are in there? Because everybody is kind of ramping up with these partnerships right now, we heard that AMC. Theaters are teaming up with Clorox to try and make people feel better about the idea that they're cleaning things more thoroughly. What you're talking about feel a little more comfortable in terms of the ultraviolet rays in in the in the duct systems, and try and make sure that people actually are social distancing, but what does it cost? And when are we actually going to see? Let's say Manhattan having all of this or no that any flight that I would would actually have something like that. The costs are actually variable based on the size of the building number pockets, and so on so, but the way that you're going to know that the systems are in place for example for. Building offerings. Every office occupant is going to have a US rap where they could look exactly what's happening? You know on a daily basis. They're going to get a question year in terms of who they've been around. What would be done? So were you know incorporating another safety feature into this? They can look up at. The air quality, they can get looking. Who's been around them? In case there is somebody who comes down positive tested for Kobe, so it's a fairly sophisticated user application as well that will further enable employees to. You'll safer environment, so it's going to be. It's going to be very visible to anybody coming in particular, also use some by rebellion cameras, which will measure temperatures well as check for new, or whatever other functionality that the give user would wanna have in the building have imagined in China. They may roll out stuff out immediately, but maybe in the. The United States there are some questions about privacy and I ask that, because even when we were in the heat of the virus in New York City and other places, privacy concerns are a big issue particularly with talking about people's health and There were times where you're not even told in your own workplace, if someone test positive, or who that person is, you know? Maybe you hear that there was a positive case in the workplace, but you don't know who it is because of privacy concerns and health concerns. How do you deal with those issues? I think that's a very legitimate on privacy issues Something we have.
Live and Let Die plays as Trump visits mask factory without a mask
"Trump in Arizona no mass democracy now big deal sorry opening of our country who would've ever thought we were going to be saying that the re opening re opening president trump made the remarks during a trip to Arizona where he toured Honeywell aerospace plant that's now producing and ninety five face masks trump wore safety glasses but no mask during the tour during a sign in the factory ordering everyone inside to wear facial coverings as a Honeywell executives showed president trump and ninety five masks loudspeakers blared a cover of the song live and let die by the band guns and roses they stoop to this level this is this is like face bag level reporting oh my god
Trump defends not wearing mask
"President trump was facing a backlash earlier in the week for not wearing a mask as he toured a Honeywell plant in Phoenix that makes masks president trump was asked about that on Wednesday what message it sends he said he actually did wear a mask or is the president speaking to reporters on Wednesday whereas the master no but I am asking for time well I can't I can't help but if you're using a mascot but I didn't need it justice specifically that of Honeywell this could be civil legal administrator and as you know we're we were far away from people from the people making the masks making a mess this call and it was a Honeywell mask actually and I also am asking I had about four of the masks did happen and I don't know if you saw back stage but they said you didn't need it so I didn't need it by the way have you noticed a video centered on that was in the group we just thought they were the pay phone numbers where the work is that the workers were there yet because it working next to each other it was around Moscow can help I'm trying to be nice of signing a bill and you criticize us his sister there's nothing I can do to satisfy the media the Democrats for their sake and I understand
Trump insists he wore mask on Phoenix visit
"President trump says he did wear a mask during a visit to Phoenix yesterday even if the public did not see it video of the president during a Honeywell plant that makes mass did not show him wearing one he insists he did not too long but I had a head on back backstage out of view of reporters I can't help but if you didn't and besides they said you didn't need it so I didn't need it though there were signs that the facility saying masks were required Sager make ani Washington
Trump insists he wore mask on Phoenix visit
"Video of the president during a Honeywell plant that makes mass did not show him wearing one he insists he did not too long but I had a head on back backstage out of view of reporters I can't help but if you didn't see me and besides they said you didn't need it so I didn't need it though there were signs that the facility saying masks were required Sager make ani Washington
Trump defends decision not to wear a mask during factory tour
"President trump says he did wear a mask yesterday while touring a Honeywell facility in Phoenix today in the oval office reporters asked why he didn't wear that mask despite saying he would L. actually does have one now I put a mask yeah I put I had a mask on for a bit of time well I K. I can't help but if you didn't see me I mean I had a mask on but I didn't need it trump says he was out of the view of reporters when he wore the mask guidelines posted at the factory say that mask should be worn at all times but trump claims that the head of Honeywell told him he didn't need to wear the mask during the public portions of his
Trump doesn't wear mask to facility manufacturing masks
"Yesterday president trump visited a plant in Arizona that's making masks and took a pass on public health precautions if your money was on president trump not wearing a mask yesterday congratulations the president and other official visitors with them we're not wearing masks but oddly the president did choose to put on safety glasses for his Honeywell factory visit Honeywell employees working on the production line were wearing masks and the sign in the factory stated that everyone there is required to wear a mask adding to the questionable optics of the two or the guns N. roses
President Trump tours Arizona plant making N-95 masks
"Trump is making himself exhibit a in his determination to move past the coronavirus crisis correspondent Bob Costantini reports from Phoenix Arizona where he traveled with the president to visit a plant to making respirator masks and president trump is flying to Phoenix word leaked out of the White House that the coronavirus task force was going to scale back its meetings and so he was peppered with questions upon arrival say if you get the invoices to me yeah we have great advice we have great people with great people yeah we have great doctors we have great medical people laboratory people you still Sakshi dot records released the results oh sure yeah they will be and and so will other doctors and so other experts in the field Berkson found people much higher in believability regarding covert nineteen than the president but they have been excluded from a number of events related to the pandemic for more than a week the president's desire to get out of Washington which aides say will have him traveling more to highlight manufacturing conversions such as the Honeywell plant here this churning out surgical masks is matched by his zeal to get the country back into business with states relaxing restrictions president trump tells ABC news there will be a balance between economic gain increased lives lost it's possible there will be some because you won't be locked into an apartment or a house or whatever it is but at the same time we're going to practice social distancing we're going to be washing hands we're
"honeywell" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Seven nine and I art radio station wrap up Jack Callahan fox news because we can't keep our country because for the next five years president trumpet knowledge in the corona virus task force nearing its end the president said the group will likely begin to wind down later this month shifting its responsibilities to other federal agencies are you saying mission accomplished no no not at all the mission accomplished is when it's over the mission in this case is the fight against Kobe nineteen which includes of course the coronavirus taskforce oxes Kevin Corke the president speaking at a Honeywell plant in Arizona on Tuesday where they're making medical grade face masks in normal times it would take nine months to stand up one facility like this but Honeywell is built this in less than five weeks creating five hundred new jobs in Arizona another five hundred jobs in Rhode Island a new study published in nature communications says researchers have created an antibody that neutralizes the corona virus the man made anybody they say could alter the course of the virus or protected healthy person from being infected another whistle blower complaint against the administration Rick bright the former director of the government's biomedical advanced research and development authority says he was moved out of that job and place it in a less important one because he says he resisted political pressure to endorse widespread use of a drug to Clark went as a treatment for corona virus patients to bring court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore for an infection related to her gall bladder but a spokesperson for the court says justice Ginsburg who will be hospitalized for a day or two will take part in oral arguments Wednesday by telephone justice Ginsburg is eighty seven wall street's Tuesday the Dow gained one hundred thirty three points nasdaq up ninety eight the S. and P. five hundred closed twenty five points.
Trump tours, touts mask factory -- but no mask for him
"Sign inside the Honeywell plant in Phoenix advised employees and visitors to wear a mask at all times the president trump and his top aides in Honeywell executives did not the people of our country warriors at an earlier stop the president acknowledged returning the country and the economy to normalcy would have a human costs some people be affected badly yes but we have to get our country open and we have to get it open soon and the president is predicting an economic rebound by the end of the year I'm Ben Thomas
"honeywell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Could double by summer taking into account states re opening plans before heading to Arizona where he will tour the Honeywell plant in Phoenix making protective masks president trump says states are ready they're going back to work safely but they're going back to work we're opening up our country again hi this is what we're doing and I'll tell you the whole world is excited watching us because we're leading the world the US has the highest number of cases and deaths in the world in hard hit New York cases continue to go down but are still high governor Andrew Cuomo says his state will re open slowly and only of cases remain low to me I say cost of human life are you my life is priceless are we opening play doesn't have a trade off Dr Richard Besser president and CEO of the Robert wood Johnson foundation and former acting director of the CDC during the last pandemic in two thousand nine the social distancing will remain key people are tired of having their lives disrupted but what people need to understand is that we are in the early days of this pandemic and going back to how things work two months ago is is not possible we're gonna see large spikes in cases and people who are losing their lives when the when those those losses could have been prevented the Senate intelligence committee back on Capitol Hill today beginning confirmation hearings for John Radcliffe the controversial pick to serve as director of national intelligence this is reckless second round is the nominee to be director of national intelligence last summer president trump withdrew the Texas congressman's nomination amid bipartisan concern that he lacked the requisite experience and reports he embellished his role in an anti terror case nevertheless trump renominated Rockliff in February shortly after he served as a member of his impeachment team Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington you're listening to ABC news Arizona state KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic you don't know to what Bob McLean here's our top story coronavirus in Arizona the number of deaths from the corona virus in Arizona has climbed by thirty three the latest stats released today show that covert nineteen has claimed the lives of three hundred ninety five people in Arizona the number of cases has jumped by three hundred eighty six now totals ninety three hundred and five Arizona folks president trump in Phoenix the president is making its first long distance trip away from the nation's capital since the corona virus pandemic began in the US and that trip is here in the valley we begin our team coverage with KKR's Jim cross who's live at Honeywell headquarters near sky harbor yeah about the present arriving at just before lunch time in the valley heading back to the nation's capital around two thirty will get a first hand look at Honeywell in Phoenix where a huge effort is underway to make millions of mass to protect healthcare workers and first responders against covered nineteen Arizona chamber of commerce and industry president CEO glamour will be at today's event with the president while president trump is here he's going to see some of the best of American manufacturing ingenuity and know how at work live near sky harbor and Phoenix Jim cross KTAR news and I'm KTA ours alley that you're reporting live from sky harbor awaiting the arrival of Air Force One governor Doug Ducey will greet the president on the tarmac and join the Honeywell to work Ducey says he wants to talk all things errors on a specific with president trump first around testing needs I understand that task have been prioritized elsewhere because of the hot spots now their supply chains are catching up we want to ramp up that casting force one is expected to touch down shortly before noon hearing the president senator Martha McSally congressman woman Debbie Lesko in congressman Paul Gosar but before the Honeywell visit the president is scheduled to take part in a roundtable discussion on supporting native Americans live from sky harbor I. alley that you're KTAR news and keep it right here on K. T. R. throughout the day for complete coverage of the president's visit emergency funds are on the way for the Arizona department of transportation the money is for rural transit in Arizona and it comes in the form of a thirty six million dollar grant is part of the federal cares act now it's HR's job to distributed to rural tribal and intercity bus operators around the state you know it's spokesman Steve Elliott says the funding will be used for general operating costs and to help offset some of the cost of preparing for and responding to cove in nineteen that about time for a check on traffic here's Monica reed from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center in Tempe right now medical emergency at hardy and Ellie it you might want to avoid the area then we also have construction going on in Seventh Avenue in both directions north of I. seventeen for another few days also construction at central and I. seventeen and along northern eastbound westbound at ninety ninth Avenue this.
"honeywell" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"No. He's the brother of one of my best friends And he's shown me as marketplace we were talking about it like sharing stories. I was mainly trying to just learn from him ray about this ecommerce marketplace but they were using cryptocurrency But that's the first time that it was really introduced to at the same time cryptocurrency and blockchain technology and the reason why even like Popped into my head or trying to solve this problem. It was that conversation that I had with him so it was really like this you know. Never underestimate the ability to connect the dots. I think if you were to ask me with the most important thing is for innovation. It's this ability to connect dots. No matter what you know it doesn't matter if you can't extrapolate and connect it with somebody else and that conversation that I had with him which really didn't apply to me at the time or I didn't think it applies to me like look what happened now right. I mean he introduced me to the concept. I thought Oh you know what I think. Blockchain might be that thing that might be able to help us manufactured trust so people actually check out and now it's just a completely different ballgame. Honeywell's Honeywell I would say I'm not just saying this but in the aerospace world I would say that we are the leader in blockchain technology development. Now doesn't mean that people aren't going to catch up really soon because I think more and more aerospace companies are becoming more interested in it But all the more for us to move faster and to be even more aggressive with it I love it. I really really liked that part where you said about connecting dots. I mean that's so much of that is exactly what we try to do. Here at Crypto one on one every day BRYSON I. We've got our skill sets but by no means. Are we the smartest guys in the room when it comes to a crypto conference but we try and do our part by connecting the dots and the other guy that they need? It's really rewarding to you. Know Look at all these people that I look up to. That are building this brand new world and at least finding a niche in a way that. I can participate. And that's something anyone can do. Who's out there listening? You can pick up the phone and tell someone else about crypto and blockchain and just get them started down the rabbit hole and who knows where it might lead. Even if there's not a clear answer in mind at the time just start wandering and we're going to help each other. Connect the DOTS build his amazing new world. Lisa we just have a couple more questions we want to ask before we let you get back to work. I knew got a lot to do today. If this is the first podcast someone getting into the blockchain space. Wanted to had heard you know. What would you want them to know? I would want them to know chess. Start moving forward. I mean in general like when whether it's blockchain or anything in life I just like ask yourself what it takes to just be a little better today than you were yesterday and I. I was a garment as the best slogan. They say beat yesterday and I think you know for someone that's just kind of entering the blockchain space read about it right. They're like quantum computing. I WANNA know all about it so I was on Ted talks on Youtube. I was on. Podcast absorbed the information. But just absorbing the information that's great you know learning more about it but then like get involved in things so that you can you know. Be Part of a project right. You can start developing new if you work for a company and you're able to influence like maybe to try out a new technology or try to develop and something you know. Bring it to your company. I just ask yourself what it's GonNa take to kind of move it forward like for where you are and it's not enough to just kind of read about it. You GotTa have that.
"honeywell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Had a summer job at Honeywell that changed his life very life changing experience for me I yeah that's why would laser printers were coming out it was a competing technology called thermal printers you never heard of it because it didn't it didn't win at dot I was on the thermal printer team there was nine of us six months to develop a manufacturer proto type for printer based on this technology and so you know all my eighteen year old kid so first I get is until last can be okay embodies incredibly nice and friendly to me and man it was it was cool the other thing I saw was yes we get a design you know of a mechanical systems in a rotate this roller that brings the paper electronics to drive the heating in this in to push it out all sorts of mechanism so you know someone loads of backwards or wrong it still works to medication protocol with the computers are sending the image to be printed SO DIMMs a large mechanical electrical design program what I get out of the end of that is on the nine people on the team two people two guys who have not stayed in touch with but I remember their names Doug Beatty and Mike magnet they were awesome they did probably seventy five percent what was in the final printer and you know five or six did the other twenty five percent and one or two you could argue contributed nothing that was in the final printer and so work environment honey what was awesome they tried hard to recruit me but would not take away from that was all my god imagine a business if you only have people like my can doubt that we're good at what they did they did they cared about what they did and they were all in and I knew from that summer now I know what.
"honeywell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Had a summer job at Honeywell that changed his life very life changing experience for me I out try with laser printers were coming out it was a competing technology called thermal printers you never heard of it because it didn't it didn't win at dot I was on the thermal printer team there was nine of us six months to develop a manufacturer proto type for printer based on this technology and so you know all my eighteen year old kid so first I get is don't last can be okay embodies incredibly nice and friendly to me and man it was it was cool the other thing I saw was you as we get a design you know of a mechanical systems in a rotate this roller that brings the paper electronics to drive the heating in this ng to push it out also it's a mechanism so you know someone loaded backwards or wrong it still works to medication protocol with the computers are sending the image to be printed SO DIMMs a large mechanical electrical design program what I get out of the end of that is on the nine people on the team two people two guys why not stay in touch with but I remember their names Doug Beatty and Mike magnet they were awesome they did probably seventy five percent what was in the final printer and you know five or sixty the other twenty five percent and one or two you could argue contributed nothing that was in the final prayer at so cool work environment Honeywell was awesome they tried hard to recruit me but would not take away from that was all my god imagine a business if you only had people like my can doubt that we're good at what they did they did they cared about what they did and they were all in and I knew from that summer now I know what.
"honeywell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Living area, which is all open living room. Yeah. The air cleaners are they in the bedrooms are also in the main living area. In the main living area. I would probably I have a hep A air cleaner in my master bedroom. And you might wanna think about adding one it's it was not terribly expensive is Honeywell brand. It has a true filter in it with a wraparound charcoal filter, and I run this all night long. And I think it does some good. I really do. I like the white noise anyway, but you might you might think about adding a another air cleaner in your bedroom. So by the time you vacuum out the heat registers, the the baseboard heating elements, and maybe vacuum off the drapes and add that in there that might do you some good? That sounds like a great idea. I'm going to try that one. I got was online. I think I got an Amazon was about one hundred and twenty dollars. You'll recognize it. It's kind of a round shape that has a built in handle. And it's a true happe- by Honeywell. And I really like this. And it's done a great job for me over the years. You might check check one of those make sure it's a true happe- sometimes the fine print will say, hep alike, but you want the truth, and I really enjoy mine. And I think it's doing me some good. Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, I really appreciate your taking the time to take a look at this. Why I'm here? I'm really glad you called. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you, Christina. Those are some great questions. I'm sure it's helped some other people also. Yeah. Just dry in the winter here. And there's not a lot to be done about his sneezing. Of course, could be a reaction to that. But air cleaning. I think is a big deal, and I have one as I say in my bedroom because you spend. You're you're concentrated a third of your day concentrated time in your bedroom. So if you wanna start purifying the air cleaning the air, that's a good place to start the bedroom and work your way outward, but yeah. Vacuuming out that baseboard radiation is going to be a very, very helpful. I think especially the way she reacted like should they haven't ever done it? So a twenty year old house that might be pretty pretty of Dustin there. So let me know how that works out for you. Christine three zero three seven one three eight five five we'll be right back right here on around the house. Give us a call or use the lie. Female. Right now could.
"honeywell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To Charlotte because Honeywell says it's moving its headquarters here from New Jersey, Pat mccrory, this is a huge positive announcement for North Carolina for Charlotte, the entire region eight hundred jobs and the average pay. Is around. Medium salaries eighty five thousand dollars but up to three hundred fifty thousand dollars per job. I mean, these are extremely high paying jobs. I'm still not sure where they're moving to. I I talked to some insiders last night. One paper was saying they're moving either Ballantyne or south park, another paper say no, they're moving on Tryon street downtown in a high raced I rise tower, I have not gotten the official explanation. That's probably going to be announced tomorrow today. I understand it the chamber to sworn in where I assume the governor will join in on this announcement because I would be at that announcement up. I was welcoming eight hundred fifty jobs or seven hundred some jobs to the Charlotte area fortune one hundred company Honeywell headquarters headquarters jobs, bring a lot of money. What's interesting about this is there's been an internal secret debate in Raleigh about this. We don't know about the internal secret debate in Charlotte. Mecklenburg and that's over the tax cuts or tax incentives. That are being given to all companies that are coming into North Carolina in by the way, I gave these as mayor and as governor where you're literally given hundreds of millions of dollars of potential tax cuts the businesses if they wanna come and grow right here in North Carolina. Now, what's interested in the Republicans apparently in lead in the legislature tatty secret caucus meeting about this and had a very strong debate on whether or not they would agree with the governor to give these major tax cuts to Honeywell now, I gave him because Georgia Gibson, South Carolina, gives them Florida, Texas, our competitors in Ohio give him it's like it's part of the game now and I played the game. And so as governor Cooper what's interesting is that the liberals are not having the center ternal debate. Even though the liberals including governor Cooper, including Bernie. Any Sanders, including the Ilori clicked Clinton, slam President Trump forgiving tax cuts to the rich. And yet the liberals will do it when it fits their particular needs within their local area or within their state hope. Wait a minute. Wait a minute ago..
"honeywell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"It all starts ninety m eastern i told you last week that the best way to create a washington port foiled can you believe we're backing not world is diverse by well same goes for market volatility that we saw on today's rollercoaster session you got to stay diversified verse cases concept i always took back because it stands true no matter what's going on all around us including a day like today it's why we play m i diversify we have to okay it's to help investors bill resilient portfolios for any market condition so without further ado let's play another round this were you call me you tell me your top five holdings and i tell you portfolios diversified enough or if you need to mix it up a little so let's start with a tweet from at sports fan eight thirty two who says action kramer atman money when cbc am i diversified goldman apple net flicks raytheon honeywell all right here we go look at this all right these are well this is club members of actual or snow honeywell apple goldman raytheon those are all four of our names okay honeywell diversified manufacturer i think they're terrific just putting up little apple will you know what i say own don't traded people keep trading it goldman sachs is the ideal stock tone in this moment of all tilde and it's very inexpensive net flicks it's the most expensive stock and fang but i understand the love for it and raytheon when the president speaks to anybody in the middle east like he did today he says buy stuff from raytheon of course he doesn't say point blank like that but that is the biggest data's the biggest events contractor in terms of the president being an arm salesman and cheap so we have fence we have tech we have entertainment we have finance and we have industrial that is perfect now you gotta go to richard in new york richard.
"honeywell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are we getting closer to nuclear war well many say yes in here to talk about that and frankly the companies that corporate role in this room escalation of nuclear tensions is beatrice vin executive director of the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons based in geneva switzerland she joins us here in our 1103 estudios she also has won a nobel peace prize she keeps it on her to pay some short thank you so much beaches for being here with us you recently put out a report outlining the corporate role in nuclear arms can you sort of lay out what you found there well we see a very worrying international trend where the new two armed states are modernizing their arsenals and thank you threatening to use nuclear weapons and when trump says that he wants more usable nuclear weapons their companies behind that the produce them and companies like honeywell boeing airbus for example that are making these weapons and of course there's also a huge number of financial institutions that are providing them with the money to do so so we've been tracking this and seen that they last year there was an additional eighty one billion dollars made available for nuclear weapons production just real quickly does the government pay com does does just for example with the us government pay boeing or honeywell to develop something in advance and are they doing so right now yeah it's huge defence contracts that involve.
"honeywell" Discussed on KGO 810
"To get him back with uh with honeywell is how they will and todd and the and they're they work for advertising uh they were advertising record is it that had tape recorders and margie got some good somebody that bush selling tape we could if he said this is what you do you get to your father to see a mound of words and then we re added to the words of then you get honeywell to say something and they've it turned down and that's that's kind of been a uh a device in a bunch of plot device in things even like mission impossible they get a guy to say a bunch of different lines and then they edit the audio so that it says the trigger keywords to get them into a safe for whatever they're looking for jeb f i understand that's been uh that's been happening for awhile thank you for eliciting an and giving us a call tom let's go ah real quickly to uh tom west of the rockies got tom in port angeles washington tom welcome to the show go curator high court all talk briefly on global warming any time you put more heat into a semiclosed system it becomes more dynamic right and it also becomes less consistent but that's how i i called okay i called on so called oh what what i call a leadership paradox in one of the conversations like it into about the drug wars that everything is your people just take that they go off about how come government is and what the corruption is you we spent all this money eta would and it was useless it just happened it didn't work and i started to ask them how do they know that and you get a a varied element of response on that but hello yeah i'm listening we're definitely yeah or way arch i i get your very limited responses on that because one of the things about leadership that you don't get to know is what the future is going to be like by the time you get to where what your efforts of done we jumped a lot of money that that drug war we talked a lot on what he's trying to keep that stuff out and i want to guarantee your your food near.
"honeywell" Discussed on Techstination
"Peaks dini should you're destination for get you ten gear fruit fission honeywell is continuing to expand its lineup of connected home products among the latest the limerick c one wifi security camera and among the impressive features is intelligent sound detection the camera can actually alert you if it here's a smoke or carbon monoxide detector go off at home honeywell user experience designed director ted booth says the line started with connected thermostats water leak and freeze detectors and the devices play well with others in the smart home we have a lot of integration with apple home kit i'm amd on alexa obviously very and increased tremendously this year we've been doing many integration with them damn some smart thing that in the big partner at close can pull halt the price about one hundred ten dollars per is also free 24 hours george mccloud and the camera has a builtin memory card slot you can find us at text and they shouldn't dot com i'm for it viskhan now this we've been telling you about the great products and great people led seek rain for years and the lineup just keeps getting better the c c wifi radio was a personal favorite that let you tune in to radio stations from all around the world via the internet more than sixteen thousand at all when the weather turns nasty the c c lantern will light the way with led bulbs and never run out of power you can charge it up for many usb source for the twelve old suck at your car or you can simply grabbed the hand crank on top and wind.
"honeywell" Discussed on Today's KCCR
"Honeywell is pierre is new city administrator the study commission approve the contract to bring honeywell onboard honeywell will begin her duties with the city on august fourteen she replaces leon schalken meyer who retired on june thirty oath mayor steve hunting says honeywell be a great asset to the city she has the great skill said those or community will she's got people skills in the organization skills the the experience just be were great with our staff honeywell currently serves that the state engineer on the deputy commissioner for the south bureau of administration prior to our current position honeywell wasn't engineer with the southfield harmon of environment and natural resources on a well says this new position as an opportunity two for her to give back in working in state government remains and in particular in the last seven years in their dinars administration back and this position is very exciting for me i'm really looking for hints that it might finally gives me an opportunity to get back to the community that i being khan home for almost twenty five years honeywell holds about science the green chemistry with a minor in mouth from sell the missouri state university and the master of songs and civil engineering degree from the university of missouri honeywell as a license professional engineer a graduate of south the government leadership excellence program in the member of the central south engineering society brad palmer said to let me is director will continue serving as the interim city administrator until honeywell starts the study appeared police department has to new detectives here police department chief dave panzer announced the promotion of two officers to the rank of detective the officers promoted our community resource officer troy swanson who.
"honeywell" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Well in this is it it's one thing to tell people a patch it's another thing to talk about how how to implement patches and i was actually had an industrial iot of and um for honeywell ended their plants that refine oil and make drugs and all these other things and there was a conversation about patching because all these people realize it's a big deal but they're all and like if i patch something a machine on my line and i do it without the vendors say so i void my warranty i can also break things further down the line by having other partners stuff go down because it'll suddenly not work with other equipment on the line or sensors in for them it's not just for up until about now they're riskanalysis has always been well i can't patch 'cause they can't afford the potential downtime without support from my benders you know in now they're like do i take the downtime do i run the risk of having downtime because of petra or do i win the risk of downtime because a patch it so it's it's not as simple in every situation as saying catcher crack yeah i know they're companies that are stockpiling bitcoin so that when they do get bid they have something to pay the ransom with though i should point out the pecchia at least the main varying pitcher in order to pay the ransom you had to use an email address to a german email company and then the hacker within send you the thing the german email company closed that account so pay all you want you're never gonna get unencrypted.