Will Planes Be Pilotless? The Future of Commercial Aviation
June 6, 2016
News related to driverless cars is becoming increasingly popular in recent years, and these self-driving vehicles may be on the market as early as next year. Several large companies such as Google, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Apple, Microsoft and many more, are investing in the driverless technologies that will soon provide us with our ground transportation, …
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About this blog
This blog is produced by the members of the multi-disciplinary INNOVATE research team at the Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT). INNOVATE is an EC-funded Marie Curie Innovative Doctoral Programme, enabling 13 researchers to develop a range of novel aerospace technologies for integration into a vision of a future air transport system. Here the team discuss their research, ranging from propulsion systems to navigation, and their experiences of life in Nottingham.
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