The cloud-connected cockpit system will be driven by a versatile software platform that can be modified for virtually every type of aircraft
To manufacture what is being touted as the aviation industry’s first cloud-connected cockpit system called the Honeywell Anthem, homegrown tech solutions provider Cyient has entered into a partnership with US giant Honeywell.
The multi-year deal inked by Cyient with Honeywell for the project will see it provide turnkey manufacture and testing of multiple LRUs (least recently used) comprising the Honeywell Anthem avionics suite.
Including passenger and cargo planes, business jets, helicopters, general aviation planes, and advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicles, the cloud-connected cockpit system will be driven by a versatile software platform that can be modified for virtually every type of aircraft, Cyient said.
Terming the project as the future of aviation, Cyient executive director & COO Karthikeyan Natarajan, said the tie-up is a testament to the value Cyient creates as a strategic partner for customers in the aerospace and defense sector.
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