The pilot on the plane, the helicopter controlled by the App (App) is the passenger seated with the aircraft only. And this helicopter does everything automatically to reach the destination.
The US Marine Corps Air Force sergeant Dionte Jones said the helicopter slotxo
looked like it had its own brain and thought of itself. But himself will command the landing And they can also direct the device to park in the storage itself when not in use.
This helicopter works through an app. Which users do not have to do more than order where to go
US Navy research officer Dennis Baker said the travel planning was carried out while in-flight. The aircraft will fly along the route directed by the pilot. Without the need to provide details of the itinerary to the aircraft Planes can avoid obstacles in their own path. Whether the wires Trees or all sorts of obstacles encountered during the journey. And landed where the pilot directed the landing
For the US military Studying the use of autonomous aircraft will save the lives of soldiers and provide them with ease and comfort.
Dan Schumitt, Lieutenant General of the United States Marine Corps, said there was always a question why the Marine Corps was sent to fight. If the army can send robots to act instead And just like autonomous aircraft, the military can use things that people can't, because autonomous planes don't get tired and don't have to rest like humans. Able to fly into dangerous areas
He said the automatic control aircraft gave the military more options to work with.
While the US Marine Corps Preliminary experiments are being conducted in autonomous aircraft applications. There are many other professions that could benefit from this technology. Including forest fires such as the forest fires in California at the end of last year. The most violent and prolonged in history
The United States Marine Corps Previously, there has been a trial of autonomous helicopter aircraft. It had previously sent two autonomous K-Max aircraft carriers. Brought millions of pounds of luggage to Afghanistan between 2011 and 2013.