A160T is to return to flight after post-crash analysis drives control changes
The Hummingbird is being readied to take to the air again as Boeing gears up to restart flight tests of the A160T unmanned rotorcraft. The company is making changes to the flight control system in the wake of the crash of a vehicle on Dec. 10. The accident, which occurred during flight tests near Victorville, Calif., has led to a two-month delay to the program, which was on the verge of starting several demonstration tests for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) and the ...
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