How one software company designs technologies for all.
Honeywell is a global Fortune 100 software-industrial company which invents and manufactures technologies that support industries from aerospace, homes and buildings, manufacturing, supply chains, safety and security, smart energy and oil and gas. Honeywell has forged ahead of its peers by taking connectivity from ‘digital to digital’ to ‘digital to physical’. Their products blend physical products with software to support connected systems which improve homes, cars, factories, utilities and aircraft, in order to help workers and the world become smarter, safer, and more sustainable.
Honeywell provides aircraft propulsion, cockpit systems, satellite communications and turbochargers in the aerospace arena. Honeywell’s technology in homes and buildings help customers control comfort levels, security concerns and energy consumption. Their performance materials and technologies help reduce emission and lower global warming by enabling industrial customers to produce cleaner fuels, improve operational efficiency and increase output capacity. The company’s safety and productivity solutions are used to improve enterprise and workflow performance, enriching operational intelligence with data-driven insights.
Honeywell is the first large Western company to reach CMMI® Level 5 capability among all its software engineers. This very high standard qualifies Honeywell to compete effectively in the Internet of Things arena. The company’s growth over the next five years will be connected to software, and the development of their capabilities, facilities and talent. Although technology, and products are important, Honeywell places their people are at the centre of it all.
This world leader provides leadership development programmes and adopts a pay-for–performance culture, with differentiated rewards for top performers. They offer employees employee programmes for skillsets enhancement, as well as education on product and software solutions to build a smarter, safer, and more sustainable world.
Seeing themselves as a global influencer, Honeywell’s corporate social responsibility initiative initiatives focuses focus on five areas of vital importance to communities. These are Science & Math Education to inspire and educate students and teachers while empowering the next generation of scientists and engineers; Family Safety & Security, in order to protect children; Housing & Shelter in support of rebuilding and improving homes, schools and communities; Habitat & Conservation which provides hands-on community-based projects for a cleaner, safer, healthier environment. Finally, their Humanitarian Relief efforts are aimed at helping communities and employees recover from natural disasters.
Honeywell provides resources and financial support to encourages encourage employee volunteerism. Since 2005, through the Honeywell Humanitarian Relief Fund (HHRF), thousands of employees have donated more than US$9.3 million to help victims of natural disasters.
The Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) provides a unique opportunity for the children of Honeywell employees to develop their leadership skills through science-oriented workshops, lectures and team exercise. In partnership with the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville Alabama, more than 1,750 students from 59 countries have undergone the programme, including seven students from Malaysia.
Honeywell Initiative for Science and Engineering (HISE) partners with universities worldwide and enables students to interact with, and learn from Nobel laureates and Honeywell fellows about the role of practical engineering and innovation. Honeywell has brought two Nobel-prize winning laureates to visit the University of Malaya in 2010 and the University of Teknologi PETRONAS in January 2018.
Honeywell Educators at Space Academy (HESA) partners with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center to provide secondary school science and math teachers an opportunity to learn about space-exploration in Huntsville, Alabama. Nearly 2,600 teachers from 56 countries, including 27 teachers from Malaysia, have attended this programme.
In collaboration with Safe Kids Malaysia Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) and Safe Kids Worldwide, the ‘Safe Kids at Home’ was launched as an educational safety programme to help prevent fires and burns among children ages seven 7 to 12 years old in Malaysia. Since February 2017, this program has successfully reached out to 6000 students in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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