Robotic co-pilot autonomously flies and lands a simulated Boeing 737 | Robotics & Automation News

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Aurora’s Alias solution includes the use of in-cockpit machine vision, robotic components to actuate the flight controls, an advanced tablet-based user interface, speech recognition and synthesis, and a knowledge acquisition process that facilitates transition of the automation system to another aircraft within a 30-day period.Aurora is also working on a version of the system without robotic actuation that instead aims to support the pilot by tracking aircraft physical, procedural, and mission states, increasing safety by actively updating pilot situational awareness.

Source: Robotic co-pilot autonomously flies and lands a simulated Boeing 737 | Robotics & Automation News

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