Airliners' crew reduction down to two pilots — around the '70s — was driven by economic pressure and enabled by technical progress, automation, engine reliability, improved navigation, separation and guidance; together increasing safety while reducing workload. The time is here to go further with smaller aircraft and rotorcraft operated commercially or privately.
Supporting the crew's safety performance and workload with advanced pilot assistance systems, allowing Single-Pilot-Operations where today two are needed, and full autonomy without any pilot where reasonable requires replacing step by step the elements of pilot training and equipment.
We help you with robust, reliable and independent Navigation, Flight Guidance, Detect & Avoid and Autopilot solutions. Our focus is on developing the most advanced algorithms and certified software. We partner with some of the most renowned avionics suppliers to provide the best hardware and respective installation and maintenance.
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