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Self-ruling Flight. AIAA Bunch 6 Mat Thompson. Self-rule The extent to which something is liable to control all things considered. Unmanned Elevated Vehicles Kept an eye on Airborne Vehicles. UAV Self-sufficiency. Minimum Target and Automaton Common and Business Surveillance Innovative work Most-UCAV

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Self-sufficient Flight AIAA Group 6 Mat Thompson

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Autonomy how much something is liable to control from the outside Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Manned Aerial Vehicles

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UAV Autonomy Least-Target and Drone Civil and Commercial Reconnaissance Research and Development Most-UCAV Sensor Fusion Communications Motion Planning Trajectory Generation Task Allocation

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UAV Tier Systems USAF Tier System Tier 1 Low height, long continuance Gnat 750 Tier 2 Medium elevation, long perseverance MQ-1 Predator, MQ-9 Reaper Tier 2+ High Altitude Long Endurance Conventional-RQ-4 worldwide Hawk Tier 3-High elevation long continuance low detectable RQ-3 Dark-star

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USMC Tier System Tier 1-Dragon Eye scouts urban ranges, propelled by bungee harmonies Tier 2-Scan Eagle needs four humvees to convey framework

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UCAV J-UCAS Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems X-45 UCAV Attack missions effective. Correspondence. X-47 Pegasus Collision shirking programming. Assemble flight. Continuous correspondence and basic leadership between UCAVs Program Canceled

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Foreign Autonomous Vehicles nEUROn drop a bomb by 2012 Alenia Sky-X still in dry run stages Autonomous Vehicles Worldwide

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Future Autonomous Flight Air Force "Seeker Killer" Program will choose one of the five for creation after 2007 1. Scaled Composites Model 395 2. Scaled Composites Model 396 3. General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper (effectively flying) 4. Aurora/Israeli Eagle/Heron 2 5. Lockheed ? *6. Raytheon bundle

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Unmanned Systems Roadmap DoD self-governing objectives until 2030 1. Joint unmanned battle flying machine framework fit for performing concealment of foe air protections/strike/electronic assault/reconnaissance in high risk conditions 2.- 9. coordinations to bolster objective 1.

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Full Autonomy P-175 Polecat is being produced by Lockheed to have full independence from take-off to landing. Triple Redundant Flight Control Software

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Far Future… Keeping the man-on the up and up

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Autopilot Modern autopilots utilize inertial direction frameworks and GPS or radio to right flight way mistakes Lower Fuel utilization Modern Auto Flight Systems can take-off, rise, level, slip, approach, arrive. Everything except for taxi Category IIIb landing guides the planes programmed pilot through landing and rollout Category IIIc does the past and taxis the plane to the terminal. Requires 3 autopilot frameworks

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Concorde Autopilot Auto Throttle Autopilot Horizontal Autopilot Vertical Datum Adjust Warning Landing Display

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Auto Throttle 3 Modes Mach Hold-keeps make number enduring, even with temperature change IAS Hold-holds showed velocity IAS ACQ-will change to chose velocity then change to IAS hold

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Autopilot Horizontal INS-flying machine takes after waypoints by inertial route framework TRK HDG-pull for heading, take after compass push for track, coordinate way bookkeeping wind speeds HDG Hold VOR LOC-tracks a chose signal Back Beam-non-autopilot following back bar localizer

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Autopilot Vertical PITCH HOLD MACH HOLD-hold mach number by pitch changes, not throttle MAX CLIMB-moves at close max working pace MAX CRUISE-draws in at tallness of max climb IAS HOLD-holds velocity by pitch changes ALT HOLD VERT SPEED

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More Vertical Autopilot ALT ACQ TURB-holds pitch, height and heading, decreases trim LAND-CATIIIb framework, second excess autopilot connected with GO AROUND-pitch 15 deg. Hold wings. Started when two of the throttle levers are forward in land or skim mode GLIDE-utilized before pilot makes a manual arrival

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Datum Adjust Add or subtract speed by Mach 0.6 Autopilot turn at 5 deg/s to modify heading Pitch Adjust

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Warnings Red lights streak if disappointment in autopilot autothrottle DH flashes if under set stature LAND2/3 streak if CATII or CATIII are bolstered Aircraft deviation lights Test

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Auto Correct Stall notices stick shaker Deep Stall cautioning stick pusher Collision Avoidance-TCAS III Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System gives vocalize recommendations on a level plane and vertically among different airplane to maintain a strategic distance from crash FAA manages that even false alerts be dealt with as genuine dangers Next Generation TCAS may auto amend flight way to dodge impact

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Modern Autopilot C-17 Globemaster III uses the Electronic flight Control System. New CsLEOS has memory parcel to permit different applications to run all the while without obstruction. Work autopilot, air/ground impact cautioning, profound slow down evasion, approach limiter, all motor out autopilot, safe circumvent autopilot, route, motor control, flight control… . Can do take-off modes for all levels of flight for pitch, roll, and yaw. Autopilot is delicate to the stick, and draws in or separates naturally when it is being used.

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Manned and Unmanned UAVs help kept an eye on warriors planes, air battle, air protection Pilot's control weapons discharge

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Q's

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References Concorde Technical Specs, http://www.concordesst.com/autopilot.html UAV Roadmap 2005-2030, www.fas.org/irp/program/gather/uav_roadmap2005.pdf Dp-5X, X-50 Dragonfly, http://www.defensetech.org/chronicles/001748.html UAVs as Tactical wingmen, http://web.mit.edu/aeroastro/www/labs/halab/papers/UAV_wingmen_AUVSIdraft.pdf Autopilot Design, http://www.aiaa.org/content.cfm?pageid=406&gTable=mtgpaper&gID=95289 Flight Systems and Goals http://www.aa.washington.edu/inquire about/afsl/TCAS-94 http://www.rockwellcollins.com/ecat/br/TCAS-94_PrintFriendly.html UAV Autopilot, http://www.baykarmakina.com/english/baykaruas/autopilot.asp www.navyleague.org/sea_power/ju106-22.php www.defenselink.mil Aviation Week + Space Technology July 24, 2006 pg 64-65

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