Sikorsky Pushes Ahead On Autonomy With Lockheed Backing

Credit: Carnegie Mellon University
While still part of United Technologies, Sikorsky launched its vision of the future for rotorcraft. The plan focused the company’s internal research-and-development resources on three pillars: speed, autonomy and intelligence. The speed leg produced the X2 Technology Demonstrator, a rigid coaxial...

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