Trials To Test Airbus Eagle Sensor Landing Capability

Credit: H225: Airbus Helicopters
MARSEILLE, France—Airbus is preparing for the next round of trials for its Eagle imaging sensor, which will pave the way for fully autonomous landings. The Eagle—Eye for Augmented Guidance for Landing Extension—will be coupled with the four-axis digital autopilot on one of the company’s H225...

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