Aurora’s Robotic Co-pilot Lands Simulated 737 A robotic co-pilot has landed a simulated Boeing 737 in a test to demonstrate how advanced automation could overcome pilot incapacitation. The exercise was conducted by Aurora Flight Sciences under DARPA’s ALIAS program to develop a drop-in kit that adds high-level automation to existing aircraft. The tests were performed in a 737-800 flight simulator at the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts. ...

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