Skyborg Brain Flies For First Time On Surrogate UAS

UTAP-22
Credit: USAF
A tactical unmanned aircraft system (UAS) has flown for the first time with the Skyborg Autonomy Control System (ACS) developed by the U.S. Air Force to provide the artificial intelligence “brains” of a future fleet of low-cost, unmanned fighter-bombers. A Kratos UTAP-22 Mako UAS flew a 2-hr., 10...

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