NASA’s Langley Research Center, Mitre and several partners have completed the first in a series of inflight evaluations of cooperative automatic sense-and-avoid (SAA) algorithms for unmanned air systems (UAS), in large part to validate a new testbed that will be used for more advanced trials next year. Called the limited deployment cooperative airspace project (LD-CAP), the two-year program is designed to give developers of SAA algorithms in industry and academia a realistic inflight avenue ...
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