Skyryse Begins Flight Tests Of R44-Based Autonomous Air Taxi

R44
Credit: Skyryse
U.S. startup Skyryse has flown a Robinson R44 light helicopter converted to autonomous flight control as a first step toward providing urban air mobility (UAM) services using modified FAA-certified helicopters. Hawthorne, California-based Skyryse is developing the Flight Stack, a suite of automation...

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