Startup Xwing has emerged from stealth mode with plans to develop autonomy software to make small fixed-wing and vertical-lift aircraft easier to fly and ultimately fully autonomous. The company has raised $4 million in seed funding, led by Eniac Ventures with Array Ventures and other angel investors. San Francisco-based Xwing has completed proof-of-concept flights of its autonomy software “stack” in a subscale unmanned aircraft and is now focusing on development of the ...

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