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Honeywell’s Carbon & Energy Management Software is an Exciting Addition to the Company’s Sustainable Buildings Solutions Portfolio

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Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer covers the launch of Honeywell’s Carbon & Energy Management Software, designed to be the centerpiece of the company’s Sustainable Buildings portfolio. The cloud-based service, available as part of the Honeywell Forge platform for data, analytics, and IoT capabilities, was announced this week at Honeywell’s HUG Symposium in Phoenix.

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Honeywell Forges Ahead with Forge Connected Warehouse Debut and Expanded Software Capabilities across Spring 2022 Release

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Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines Honeywell’s launch of the Honeywell Forge Connected Warehouse solution and new expanded capabilities across existing Honeywell software solutions in the company’s Spring 2022 release and why the offerings can improve the Honeywell Connected Enterprise unit’s ability to increase the company’s presence and influence across key industrial verticals as a trusted software supplier and advisor.

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Honeywell Deepens Sustainability Goals, Commits to Science-Based Target to Reduce its Emissions In Line with Climate Science and Supports the Paris Climate Agreement

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Futurum analysts Todd R. Weiss and Shelly Kramer explore Honeywell’s latest moves to further its commitment to fight climate change by adopting broader sustainability and ESG goals, including getting help to continue to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at its facilities around the world.

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Honeywell and Cambridge Team Up to Form New Vanguard Quantum Company

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Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Cambridge Quantum Computing combine to form a new quantum computing company that offers the planet’s highest-performing quantum computer and agile quantum software, including the trailblazing quantum operating system. Futurum’s Daniel Newman examines how Honeywell and Cambridge’s formation of the new quantum compute company establishes a one-stop shop essential to powering quantum innovation and driving the investment required to assure quantum computing’s lasting commercial success.