EASA On Path To Autonomous Passenger Transport

Daedalean is using computer vision and machine learning to automatically detect other aircraft.
Credit: Daedalean
Europe’s aviation regulator believes commercial use of electric air taxis could begin by 2024-25, but that it will take at least five more years to enable autonomous passenger transport, the holy grail for ubiquitous and affordable urban air mobility (UAM). Airworthiness certification of the first...

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