Daedalean Visual Systems in Operation

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Daedalean is building autonomous flight control software for civil aircraft of today and advanced aerial mobility of tomorrow. We have developed an onboard visual awareness system demonstrating crucial early capabilities on a path to certification for airworthiness. We demonstrated its functions using different helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft: watch how computer vision can navigate, perform guidance to runways and safe emergency landing spots, and detect air traffic under various encounter scenarios.

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