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June 24, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Flight tests evaluate sensors for autonomous landing
Honeywell has announced that it has begun in-flight testing of sensors that will guide urban air mobility (UAM) vehicles to land without pilot intervention.
2020, with the demonstration of fully automated landings taking place within roughly the next 12 months. When fully developed and tested, the solutions will be offered as the latest addition to the company's UAM product portfolio.

The company also offers certification expertise as well as hardware and software technologies to support the UAM space, including its next-generation AHRS (attitude and heading reference systems), compact fly-by-wire system, RDR-84K radar and hybrid-electric turbo generators. For more, see the UAM page on the Honeywell Aerospace website.

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