Black Hawk helicopters flying unmanned!

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The American company “Sikorsky” announced that its famous “Black Hawk UH-60 Alpha” helicopter flew unmanned for the first time, as part of the ALIAS program, developed by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

Sikorsky, owned by the US military industries company (Lockheed Martin), has been working with the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop the ALIAS ​​program for about 6 years.

There is a key in the helicopter called “Key-210”, which is used to indicate the number of pilots in the plane, and for the first time the number zero appears before the helicopter takes off.

The company explained that the “Black Hawk” helicopter uses the autonomous-driving system developed by “Sikorsky” to help pilots and aircrews during flight in difficult conditions, such as cases of blurred vision and lack of reliable communications.

 

 

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