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Honeywell, U.S. Army to deliver next-gen navigation solution
Honeywell announced it is ready to deliver its EAGLE-M Embedded Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System (EGI) with M-code capabilities this year, after the United States Army completed the first test flight.
The Army tested the EGI units with enabled M-code on the MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aerial system and validated it to be deployed on military aircraft. This year, the Army will begin migrating its fleet to the Honeywell EAGLE-M EGI with M-code, as this navigation solution enhances the resiliency of GPS navigation to enemy actions.
The defense technology company has delivered more than 300 EGIs with M-code to customers and will deliver qualified units, featuring M-code GPS, to the Army. Honeywell is a leader in EGI for military applications and has provided more than 45,000 EGI units for several different types of aircraft in more than 30 countries.
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