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EDITOR'S CHOICE

Honeywell and DENSO Collaborate on Electric Propulsion Systems
for Urban Air Mobility
Volume 18, Issue 5
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David Webster
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Honeywell and DENSO, the world's second largest mobility supplier, are collaborating to
propel the future of urban air mobility and other aerospace market segments by combining their expertise in aerospace and automotive technology to develop hybrid-electric and
fully electric powertrains. Both companies have extensive portfolios in applying magnetic
technologies in their product development efforts.
"The pressure to mitigate the environmental and economic impact of aviation will only
grow in the years ahead as air passenger traffic increases and urbanization continues,"
said Bryan Wood, senior director of Honeywell's hybrid-electric and electric propulsion
programs. "Knowing the challenges, we face, we're working with DENSO to create a new
future for aviation propulsion. Aircraft powered by hybrid-electric and electric architectures
have incredible benefits; they're cleaner, quieter, more fuel-efficient, more reliable and
easier to maintain."
The two companies will work together to build concepts and technology demonstrations
for the design and development of hybrid-electric and all-electric propulsion systems for
aerospace applications.
"Our long-term vision is to contribute to the greater society, and we see urban air mobility as one of the main transportation methods in the future of advanced mobility," said
Kenichiro Ito, executive officer of DENSO and CEO of its North American headquarters.
"We believe that collaboration between the automotive and aerospace industries is crucial
to achieve high-quality and mass-scale urban air mobility."

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Urban air mobility (UAM) is comprised of air vehicles, such as air taxis, with on-demand
availability, and is aimed at providing more efficient movement for people within cities to
improve safety and decrease ground traffic. Major advancements in materials, generators
and motors are making electric-powered flight possible, practical and affordable.
As a pioneer and global leader of electrification technology in the automotive industry,
DENSO has decades of experience in developing and producing world-class electrified
propulsion units including traction motors and inverters, at high mass-production volume.
Honeywell has an extensive aviation hardware and software product portfolio, including advanced navigation technologies and fly-by-wire flight controls tailored for the unique needs
of UAM aircraft.
Honeywell separately debuted a new hybrid-electric
turbogenerator prototype earlier this year. The system
combines its rugged, flight-proven HTS900 engine with
two compact, 200kw high-power density generators.
The system burns conventional or bio-derived jet fuel
and can feed motors or high-capacity batteries. It can
turn out a total 400 kilowatts, enough to power
40 homes running air conditioning at full blast or
multiple fans and rotors on an aircraft.
Honeywell hybrid-electric turbogenerator

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