Lockheed Martin UAS and Optionally-Piloted Helicopters Work Well Together
On November 16th 2016 there was an article that was published on Helihub that talks about how UAS or unmanned aerial systems and optionally piloted helicopters will be able to work together to find and extinguish fires. Not only are they able to work together to extinguish fires, but they are also able to find missing people and lead them to safety.
Here is what Dan Spoor, the vice president of unmanned systems said about the UAS and optionally piloted helicopters working together.
“When lives are at risk, advanced human-machine teams can complete dangerous missions without putting others in harm’s way. The advances that Lockheed Martin is pioneering in autonomous and unmanned technologies will lead to improved safety and efficiency for humanitarian aid, first response and other civil, commercial and military operations in the air, on land and undersea.”
In addition to this, Mark Millar the vice president of engineering and technology at Sikorsky aircraft cprporation talks about how the company strives to improve the safety and capabilities for missions. Here is what he had to say.
“Our goal is to support the integration of autonomy into aviation to improve the safety and capabilities for military and commercial missions. Utilizing MATRIX to support the mission in this demonstration highlights an example of the ability to reduce pilot workload and augment mission performance.”
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Posted on December 6, 2016