DONAUWORTH, Germany—Airbus Helicopters is looking to combine artificial intelligence with its manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) technology to address concerns over pilot workload. Engineers are working to increase the level of automation and introduce what Airbus calls “task-based guidance” to reduce the crew workload associated with operating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in conjunction with a manned platform. The work builds upon trials in Austria in April 2018 that saw ...


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