Press Release:
 HONEYWELL TO 'GET CONNECTED' WITH VISITORS AT A+A 2015 

2015-10-08

 

 Hall 04 - Stand D57/F46
A+A 2015
Düsseldorf Messe, Germany
October 27th – 30th 2015

 

HSP005557 - Connected Safety SolutionsROISSY, France, 8 October 2015 — At A+A 2015, Honeywell (NYSE: HON) will focus on the future of safety and how businesses can use connected safety solutions and real-time intelligence to improve worker safety and overall business performance. Visitors to the international safety, security and health at work trade fair and congress being held in Dusseldorf, Germany, from the 27th – 30th October 2015, will also be able to see Honeywell’s latest innovative safety solutions on the company’s stand D57/F46 in Hall 04.

“In an increasingly competitive marketplace where a business’s reputation and productivity can be significantly impacted by a single failure, safety has become a critical factor in ensuring success,” said Stuart Turnbull, director sales excellence at Honeywell Industrial Safety EMEA. “Providing workers with the right safety equipment is crucial but, in today’s fast-changing world, by itself is not enough. Safety managers also need real-time visibility of their operations so they know what is happening at the precise moment it happens and can act before it becomes a crisis.”

At A+A, visitors to Honeywell’s stand will be able to find out more about how, by connecting different elements of the safety environment in which people operate, businesses can improve processes, productivity and efficiency whilst also improving worker safety.HSP005557 - Stuart Turnbull

Visitors to A+A will also be able to see the latest safety solutions from Honeywell not only at the company’s stand, but also in the InnovationPark area in Hall 7a where four of Honeywell’s products will be on display having been given innovation awards by an independent panel of judges.

These include Ne-Hon™ 6, the first ever HV Class 3 certified high visibility coverall, and ConneXt Safety Solutions, Honeywell’s wireless gas detection systems which combine portable gas detectors, location tracking and software to provide a real-time view of gas status throughout a facility.