Airbus Begins Flight Trials Of Eagle Imaging Sensor

Credit: H225: Airbus Helicopters
LONDON—Airbus Helicopters has begun flight trials of its Project Eagle imaging sensor that could pave the way for fully autonomous landings. Eagle—Eye for Augmented Guidance for Landing Extension—is being flight testing on one of the company’s H225 flight trials aircraft. It is a gyro-stabilized...

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