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Student Automotive Design Challenge 2009 1 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL Student Automotive Design Challenge 2009 1 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Agenda • Introductions Site communicators and SAE team • Program Overview SADC (Past and Agenda • Introductions Site communicators and SAE team • Program Overview SADC (Past and Present) Locations- Schools and Sites Program Basics Requirements Judging Criteria/ Reward and Recognition Important Milestones • Roles and Responsibilities Honeywell SAE Site Coordinators Volunteers Teachers • Program Resources: Teachers Manual and Student Handout Website- www. honeywell-sae. com Communication Forum • Q&A 2 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Team of Site communicators Americas Europe Annie Brown HTT/ Torrance, USA Sylvia Sieling FM/ Team of Site communicators Americas Europe Annie Brown HTT/ Torrance, USA Sylvia Sieling FM/ Glinde, Germany Savita Garud HTT/ Pune, India Diane Roffelsen HTT/ Plymouth, USA Dana Liskova HTT/ Brno, Czech Rep. Jessica Gu/ Lynn Ng HTT/ Shanghai, China Natalie Evertson CPG/ Fostoria, USA Martine Jung HTT/ TLV, France Natalie Evertson CPG/ Danbury, USA Emilie Giezendanner TS/ Rolle, Switzerland Monica Lazo HTT-CPG/ Mexicali, Mexico 3 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL Asia

SAE Team Matt Miller Manager K-12 Education Programs SAE International Ken Francis AWIM Program, SAE Team Matt Miller Manager K-12 Education Programs SAE International Ken Francis AWIM Program, Developer SAE International Chris Ciuca Program Developer K-12 Educational Programs SAE International 4 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

SADC Overview • Aligned with Honeywell Hometown Solutions • Partnered with SAE International on SADC Overview • Aligned with Honeywell Hometown Solutions • Partnered with SAE International on award wining AWIM Motorized Toy Car curriculum • Unique 8 -9 weeks global program designed to engage more than 400 students from 8 countries • Directly addresses the decline of students in interested in science, technology, engineering and math • Honeywell volunteers actively participate with tutoring during program 5 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

2008 Program Overview • • 9 schools in 6 countries 200+ students participated 100+ 2008 Program Overview • • 9 schools in 6 countries 200+ students participated 100+ TS employees volunteered 20+ Media Stories and 1, 620, 418 impressions (various countries, print & broadcast) • Almost 1000 employee votes cast 6 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Participating Countries and Sites United States Torrance, CA Plymouth, MI Fostoria, OH Danbury, CT Participating Countries and Sites United States Torrance, CA Plymouth, MI Fostoria, OH Danbury, CT Europe Thaon-les-Voges, France Morges, Switzerland Brno, Czech Republic Glinde, Germany China Shanghai, China Mexico Mexicali, Mexico India Pune, India Summary HTT 8 CPG 2 FM 1 Total 11 sites 7 11 TS site reaching +400 students in 17 classrooms HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Registered schools City/State/Country Name of School # classes/ students Danbury, CT/ USA Exploration Academy@ Registered schools City/State/Country Name of School # classes/ students Danbury, CT/ USA Exploration [email protected] Rogers Park Middle School 2 - 75 -95 Detroit, MI/ USA Reuther Middle School 1 - 12 Mexicali, BC/ Mexico Colegio Americano de Mexicali 2 - 40 Fostoria, OH/ USA Fostoria Middle School 1 - 20 -25 Torrance, CA/ USA Richardson Middle School 2 - 60 Brno/ Czech Republic Jaroska 1 - 32 Rolle/ Switzerland College Champittet 1 - 15 Pune/ India DAV Public School 2 - 80 Thaon-les-Vosges/ France College- Elsa Triolet 2 - 32 Glinde/ Germany Sachsenwaldschule Gymnasium Reinbek 1 -9 Shanghai/ China Zhangjiang Experimental High School 2 -48 17 classrooms 448 students (aprox. ) 8 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Program Basics and Requirements • Curricular Components - Science, Technology, Math and Social Studies Program Basics and Requirements • Curricular Components - Science, Technology, Math and Social Studies • Student Learning Level - Middle school students (Ages 11 -14) • Program Duration - Eight – Nine weeks • Start Date - Week of August 31, 2009 • End Date - Week of November 13, 2009 • Employee Voting Online - November 23 - December 4 , 2009 • Announce Global Winner - Week of December 7, 2009 9 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

New components to program • Green Design Component Option 1 Students will use easily New components to program • Green Design Component Option 1 Students will use easily recycled materials to construct the bodies for their motorized toy addressing the following points in their Green Design Report: - using non-toxic materials nature-based materials (paper, cotton) vs man-made (aluminum, nylon) minimize the number of different materials that have existing recycling networks use recycled materials Option 2 Students will design vehicles that can be easily disassembled for recycling or reusing the materials used to construct the vehicle bodies and describe the disassembly process in their Green Design Report. For instance, a body that has four parts to disassemble made of the same material would be superior to one that had 10 parts to disassemble and there were multiple materials used. Additionally using glues to assemble the body would affect its ‘green’ score if one used water-based glues vs more toxic adhesives e. g. cyanoacrylate adhesives. Option 3 Students will design a vehicle that will perform a ‘green design’ function and describe the benefits of using their vehicle in their Green Design Report. Examples of this might include a recycling collection vehicle or a public transportation vehicle that would replace a number of individual vehicles. 10 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Deliverables • Judging Criteria on final presentation: - Written Proposal - Oral Presentation - Deliverables • Judging Criteria on final presentation: - Written Proposal - Oral Presentation - Vehicle’s Performance and Green Component - Forum – Cross Cultural competence - Video Best team represent school in global contest • TS employee online voting - Each employee will have to vote for best three teams • Reward and Recognition - Each student and teacher will receive a certificate of participation - 1 st place: Banner, Trophy, Polo T. shirt, Publication at local newspaper - 2 nd place: Banner, Trophy, Polo T. shirt - 3 rd. Place: Banner, Trophy, Polo T. shirt 11 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Communication Plan Pre-Launch: 8 -9 weeks: Post: • Roll out to TS Leadership team Communication Plan Pre-Launch: 8 -9 weeks: Post: • Roll out to TS Leadership team • Global Kick off event • Announce Global Winner: e. mail • Inform Plant Managers and HR • Site’ s. Town Halls • At sites- Recognition: 1 st , 2 nd & 3 rd place • Site Communicators meetings • Flash Intro of program • TS news –stories (Culmination event) • SADC Video • Welcome letters (parents and students) • Honeywell Direct- stories • Web page www. honeywell-sae. com • TS news -stories • Web page www. honeywell-sae. com • Invitation letter- SAE HON members • Poster (School and Sites) • Town Halls- updates/final teams • On site training – for new sites • Intranet updates: TS News • Press release: Print, broadcast, online • Refresher training – for experienced sites • Honeywell Direct- stories • SAE newsletter (Culmination event) • Meetings ( Teachers, Hon Vol, Site comm, SAE) • Web page www. honeywell-sae. com • Binders for Teachers and Students/ AWIM Kits • Press release: Print, broadcast, online • TS news stories • Final presentation and Judging ceremonies • Posters (School and Sites) • Certificates for all students • E. mail- Announcement from leadership • Employees online voting • FORUM • SAE newsletter • Interview stories for SAE’s newsletters (Leadership, New locations and HON Volunteers) 12 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Important Milestones • Training schedules Refresher: July 7, Aug 11 On site: August 3 Important Milestones • Training schedules Refresher: July 7, Aug 11 On site: August 3 -7 • Receive materials: July 31 • Promotion at Site: July- August • Set teams: July - HON volunteers • Calibration meeting: August 18 • Kick off event: August 31 -Sept. 4 13 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Roles and Responsibilities • Honeywell TS - Management of the SADC program - Continuous Roles and Responsibilities • Honeywell TS - Management of the SADC program - Continuous improvement of the program - Partner with SAE to deploy program • SAE - Curriculum development - Provide training and materials - Serve as consultant • Site Communicators - Develop relationship with local school - Recruit Honeywell volunteers - Program development • Volunteers (1 -3 hrs. per week) - Attend required meeting/ Trainings Prepare for classroom visits Serve as a role model and content expert Assist teacher with project • Teachers (120 hrs. aprox. ) - Attend Required Meetings/Trainings - Prepare for Volunteer Classroom Visits - Lead project implementation 14 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

Program Resources • • • Teacher & Student Handbook Weekly Lesson Checklist SADC- Recommended Program Resources • • • Teacher & Student Handbook Weekly Lesson Checklist SADC- Recommended Volunteer Visits Looking for Volunteer Support- Brochure New Judging Criteria - Green component - Cross cultural communication “Forum” • One stop for information: Website- www. honeywell-sae. com 15 HONEYWELL - CONFIDENTIAL

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