Reliable Robotics has opened a new engineering and development centre at its headquarters in California. The company, which is designing advanced autopilot systems with high precision navigation, said the ceremony was attended by local officials and representatives from the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) and Nasa. The safety systems, which Reliable said will allow for “all weather auto-taxi, auto-takeoff and auto-landing, without new ground infrastructure”, are to be first deployed on the Cessna Caravan. “For the small towns and rural communities served by our nation’s more than 5,000 general aviation airports, only a fraction of which have airline service, these technologies will
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