So we all know various types of flying machines and every machine has its own use. Well, the airplanes are also in a way an autonomous flying machines but still needs to be controlled at many instances. Now there is a technology coming up which is a flying ambulance and is 100% autonomous that is it won’t have a pilot inside it.
It is meant to complete missions in rough terrain or combat zones, helicopters currently offering the best transportation option in most cases. Invented by an Israeli company Urban Aeronautics, they completed a test flight for a robotic flying vehicle. This autonomous vehicle is designed to eventually carry people or equipment and is pretty evident from its former name Airmule, without a human pilot on board. The robotic flyer pilots itself entirely through laser altimeters, radar and sensors. The system is “smart” enough to self-correct when it makes mistakes, company
Another interesting fact about this is that the aircraft doesn’t need to worry about bumping into a wall and damaging the rotors because the Cormorant uses ducted fans rather than propellers or rotors to fly and these fans are effectively shielded rotors.
The video of its test which was conducted last month will show how technology is progressing and I can not wait for the day when we all will be in space.