EasyJet Eyes UAS for Damage Checks

Credit: EasyJet
EasyJet plans to demonstrate the use of a swarm of small unmanned aircraft to check its aircraft for damage, to replace manual inspections and reduce the time required to repair and return aircraft to service. The low-cost carrier introduced the concept by flying a small quadcopter inside a...

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