Boeing to test Pilotless Plane next year

Boeing to test Pilotless Plane next year

June 12, 2017

Boeing to test Pilotless Plane next year

Boeing announced on Friday that is planning to test pilotless planes next year.

Boeing plans would begin to test the technology in a cockpit simulator over the summer before flying an airplane sometime in 2018.

jetliners can already take off, land and cruise using their computers.



According to the company: “The basic building blocks of the technology are already available.”

Mike Sinnett, Boeing’s vice president of product development, said:
“The basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available.”

Mr Sinnett, that he is a pilot, he said “he will fly on an airplane next year, with artificial intelligence that makes decisions that pilots would make.”

via cnbc



By | 2017-06-12T10:06:48+00:00 Jun 12, 2017|Categories: Aviation|

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