Project Targets Novel Controls For Complex Configurations

Pegasus Universal Aerospace is testing a subscale model of its VBJ vertical-takeoff design.
Credit: Pegasus Universal Aerospace
Two subscale models of a fan-in-wing vertical-takeoff business jet are to fly in 2022 under a UK government-supported research project to develop flight control systems for novel aircraft configurations. The 18-month Project NOMAD, focused on novel control approaches to complex aircraft dynamics, is...

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