In their first joint autonomy demonstration since Sikorsky was acquired by Lockheed Martin in November 2015, the companies brought their unmanned aircraft system products together to showcase their collaborative capability. The demo involved two unmanned aircraft and two optionally piloted helicopters performing in simulated firefighting and search-and-rescue missions. The flights were conducted on Nov. 8 at Griffiss International Airport in Rome, New York, one of six FAA UAS test ...


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