Honeywell International Inc Patent Portfolio Statistics

Honeywell International Inc.

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This article summarizes the perfomance of the assignee in the recent years. The overall statistics for this portfolio help to analyze the areas where the assignee is performing well. The filing trend, perfomance across the tech centers and the perfomance of the recent applications has been mentioned below. All the stats are calculated based on the perfomance in USPTO.

How does the overall patent portfolio of Honeywell International Inc. look like?

Total Applications: 14,987
Granted Patents: 11,219
Grant Index 80.15 %
Abandoned/Rejected Applications: 2,779 (19.85%)
In-Process Applications: 957
Average Grant Time: 3.04 Years
Average Office Actions: 1.76

Which Technology Area Honeywell International Inc. is filing most patents in? (Last 10 years)

Art Unit Definition Total Applications
3745 Thermal & Combustion Technology, Motive & Fluid Power Systems 376
2856 Printing/Measuring and Testing 317
3662 Computerized Vehicle Controls and Navigation, Radio Wave, Optical and Acoustic Wave Communication, Robotics, and Nuclear Systems 299
2855 Printing/Measuring and Testing 283
2612 Computer Graphic Processing, 3D Animation, Display Color Attribute, Object Processing, Hardware and Memory 278

How many patents are Honeywell International Inc. filing every year?

Year Total Applications
2022 0*
2021 179*
2020 593
2019 625
2018 719

*The drop in the number of applications filed in last two years compared to previous years is because applications can take up to 18 months to get published

Recently filed patent applications of Honeywell International Inc. in USPTO?

Publication number: US20220028290A1
Application number: 17/498,123

Abstract:
Devices, systems, and methods for determining aircraft orientation are described herein. One device includes instructions executable to determine a subsection of a rendering of a portion of an airport, wherein the subsection is associated with a particular stand of the airport, and wherein the subsection includes a plurality of ground travel pathways, determine a first subset of the plurality of pathways, a second subset of the plurality of pathways, and a third subset of the plurality of pathways, track a location of an outbound aircraft within the subsection of the rendering, determine an orientation of the aircraft according to a first set of rules responsive to a determination that the location of the aircraft is within the first or second subset of the plurality of pathways, and determine the orientation of the aircraft according to a second set of rules responsive to a determination that the location of the aircraft is within the third subset of the plurality of pathways.

Publication date: 2022-01-27
Applicant: Honeywell International Inc.
Inventors: Belamkonda Kameswararao


Publication number: US20220028242A1
Application number: 17/497,271

Abstract:
Embodiments relate generally to systems and methods for gas detection. A method may comprise operating a gas detector with a first alarm setting comprising a first predefined threshold; receiving sensed data of oxygen content in the ambient air; when the sensed data is below the first predefined threshold, activating an alarm; generating an acknowledgement request asking if the gas detector has entered an inert work zone; receiving a response from the user acknowledging that the gas detector has entered an inert work zone; deactivating the alarm; changing the alarm settings of the gas detector to a second alarm setting comprising a second predefined threshold; continuing to receive sensed data of oxygen content in the ambient air; when the sensed data is above the second predefined threshold, activating an alarm; and generating an acknowledgement request for the user asking if the gas detector has entered a normal operation work zone.

Publication date: 2022-01-27
Applicant: Honeywell International Inc.
Inventors: Jacob Spector Thomas


Publication number: US20220026925A1
Application number: 17/496,546

Abstract:
The present disclosure provides systems and methods for predicting ground effects along a flight plan. The systems and methods provide a processor executed process including the steps: receiving a flight plan for a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft; receiving terrain and obstacles geospatial data for the flight plan from the database; determining weight of the VTOL aircraft along the flight plan; determining temperature of the environment along the flight plan; determining ground effect data along the flight plan based on the temperature and the weight; and generating one or more commands to control a system of the VTOL aircraft based on the ground effect data.

Publication date: 2022-01-27
Applicant: Honeywell International Inc.
Inventors: P R Sriram


How are Honeywell International Inc.’s applications performing in USPTO?

Application Number Title Status Art Unit Examiner
17/498,123 Determining Aircraft Orientation OPAP Central, Docket
17/497,271 Intelligent Inert Measurement Mode OPAP Central, Docket
17/496,546 Systems And Methods For Predicting Ground Effects Along A Flight Plan OPAP Central, Docket
17/491,877 Building Management System With Natural Language Interface OPAP Central, Docket
17/449,341 Methods And Systems For A Graphical User Interface Of An Electronic Aviation Checklist OPAP Central, Docket