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Airbus performed the first fully automated vision-based takeoff…
Airbus has successfully performed the first fully automatic vision-based take-off using an Airbus Family test aircraft at Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
The test crew comprising of two pilots, two flight test engineers and a test flight engineer took off initially at around 10h15 on 18 December and conducted a total of 8 take-offs over a period of four and a half hours. “The aircraft performed as expected during these milestone tests. While completing alignment on the runway, waiting for clearance from air traffic control, we engaged the auto-pilot,” said Airbus Test Pilot Captain Yann Beaufils. “We moved the throttle levers to the take-off setting and we monitored the aircraft. It started to move and accelerate automatically maintaining the runway centre line, at the exact rotation speed as entered in the system. The nose of the aircraft began to lift up automatically to take the expected take-off pitch value and a few seconds later we were airborne.”..test pilot said.
Rather than relying on an Instrument Landing System (ILS), the existing ground equipment technology currently used by in-service passenger aircraft in airports around the world where the technology is present, this automatic take-off was enabled by image recognition technology installed directly on the aircraft.
Ukraine released images of the crashed UIA Boeing 737-800…. Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s office released the images of the crashed Ukraine International Airlines Boeing.
the images show the damaged forward fuselage and windshield of the crashed aircraft, and also show evidence of penetration damage – with puncture holes in the order of 10mm diameter – consistent with high-energy fragmentation from an explosion.
Iran admitted downing the UIA B737 with a missile that killed all 176 people on board on 8 Jan 2020.