Daedalean is continuing its collaboration with EASA to develop guidance for the use of AI and machine learning in aviation.
The approaches of EASA and the FAA to eVTOL certification are radically different in execution, but not in objective, observes Alex Scerri.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is seeking comments on its proposed means of compliance for the certification of eVTOL aircraft.
High-profile speakers kicked off the week-long virtual launch event for Agility Prime, the U.S. Air Force effort to accelerate commercial eVTOL development.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency and Daedalean have released the results of their collaborative project on the use of neural networks in aviation.
The Federal Aviation Administration is engaged with the builders of more than 15 eVTOL aircraft for urban air mobility, said administrator Steve Dickson.