Kaman To Field Commercial Unmanned K-Max In 2021

Unmanned K-Max is fitted with redundant sensors, actuators, flight-control computers and and data links.
Credit: Kaman Aerospace
Kaman Aerospace is developing a commercial unmanned aircraft system (UAS) based its K-Max heavy-lift helicopter. Flight testing is planned to begin in July or August and the 12,000-lb., optionally piloted aircraft will on the market in 2021. “We have five systems already spoken for,” Romin Dasmalchi...
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