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ASX releases new video of recent successful test flight

ASX released a new video of a recent successful test flight. This test of it sub-scale aircraft demonstrates that not only the hardware (aircraft vehicle), but also the company's software (control simulations) works in flight.

This demo tested the following:

- Auto take off, way point navigation, auto-land, and emergency landings

- Wind corrections (e.g. how does the controller and tuning react to wind situations)

- New control logic (auto-partial-tilt when flying in windy conditions)

- Aircraft flight controls in SITL (Software in the Loop)

- These simulation models will be used to generate flight control logic for a full-scale machine. The funds raised from this round will be used to optimize ASX's flight control system and build a full scale prototype.

Press release issued by Airspace Experience Technologies (ASX) on May 30, 2019

 

 Contact details from our directory:
Airspace Experience Technologies (ASX) Airframer

 

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AirSpaceX MOBi-ONE

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