FAA, Daedalean Study Machine-Learning In Avionics

Daedalean’s visual landing system uses computer vision and machine-learning to locate runways in camera images.
Credit: Daedalean
Joint research by the FAA and Swiss AI startup Daedalean is expected to help shape certification requirements for the use of machine-learning in safety-critical avionics. The research included flight tests of a vision-based runway landing guidance system using neural networks. A report on the...
Graham Warwick

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