Aurora Demonstrates Robotic Co-pilot Under Darpa’s Alias

Credit: Aurora Flight Sciences
MANASSAS, Virginia—Aurora Flight Sciences is flying a Cessna Caravan fitted with a robotic co-pilot as it completes work under Phase 2 of a Darpa program to demonstrate automation that could reduce the crew required to fly existing aircraft. Under Darpa’s Alias (Aircrew Labor In-cockpit Automation...

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