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Sikorsky Looks to Future Family of VTOL Systems

02/28/2024 | Lockheed Martin
Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company has unveiled its plan to build, test and fly a hybrid-electric vertical takeoff and landing demonstrator (HEX / VTOL) with a tilt-wing configuration. The design is the first in a series of large, next generation VTOL aircraft — ranging from more traditional helicopters to winged configurations—which will feature varying degrees of electrification, and an advanced autonomy system for optionally piloted flight.

Reliable Robotics Demonstrates Flexibility of Autonomous Flight System in an Operational Mission for the U.S. Air Force

02/15/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
Reliable Robotics, a leader in autonomous aircraft systems, today announced that it has completed a demonstration for the Department of the Air Force's AFWERX Autonomy Prime branch. In conjunction with the Air Combat Command branch of the U.S. Air Force's AGILE FLAG exercise, Reliable demonstrated its autonomous flight system for intra-theater military logistics.

AUKUS Defense Scientists Test Robotic Vehicles

02/06/2024 | U.S. DoD
Defense scientists from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States collaboratively tested a range of robotic vehicles and their sensors during a trial at Cultana Training Area, South Australia. The Trusted Operation of Robotic Vehicles in a Contested Environment (TORVICE) trial was conducted in fall 2023 to identify and resolve vulnerabilities faced by autonomous systems in a congested electronic warfare environment.

Ansys Launches AVxcelerate Autonomy, Streamlining Development and Validation of ADAS/AV Systems for L2+, L3, and Beyond

12/25/2023 | ANSYS
Ansys launches AVxcelerate Autonomy, a first-of-its-kind, end-to-end solution capable of reducing cost and time-to-compliance for L2+, L3, and above ADAS/AV systems by 100,000X.

VISTA X-62 Advancing Autonomy, Changing the Face of Air Power

02/13/2023 | Lockheed Martin
The Lockheed Martin VISTA X-62A, a one-of-a-kind training aircraft, was flown by an artificial intelligence agent for more than 17 hours recently, representing the first time AI engaged on a tactical aircraft.
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