The U.S. Air Force has successfully test-flown an artificial intelligence drone equipped with the Skyborg Autonomous Core System (ACS), and the official website of the U.S. Air Force has released footage of the system being mounted on a UTAP-22 tactical drone in Florida for a 2-hour, 10-minute flight test.
The U.S. Air Force conducted a test in Florida (Tyndall Air Force Base) last month on the 29th, and only recently released the news on the official website, the “Air Borg” system installed on the UTAP-22 tactical UAV, after 2 hours and 10 minutes of flight tests, the U.S. military from the air and ground to review the The AI system’s basic flight and navigation capabilities, the UAV also reacted to obstacles when flying, and the flight path showed mobility and coordination.
“He described the development of this technology as a marathon, and this successful test flight is the first step towards maturity. The future will gradually mature; the U.S. Air Force hopes to build and manned warplanes together to carry out the task of “air bogey” drone fleet, in the face of tasks that may endanger the safety of pilots, by the drones instead of on the field.
The U.S. Air Force believes that the “Air Boogie” system can also reduce the cost of the military, the use of drones is 50% cheaper than sending pilots, looking forward to the future can immediately send drones to enhance the U.S. military’s operational capabilities, allowing units to perform related tasks more quickly.
The U.S. Air Force believes that the “Air Boogie” system can also reduce the cost of the military, the use of unmanned aircraft is 50% cheaper than sending pilots.