Autonomy is coming to the cockpit, and it will be assisted by artificial intelligence (AI). But the path it will follow and time it will take will depend on the market.  Garmin has taken a big first step toward autonomy by introducing the first emergency autoland system for general aviation. When activated by a pilot or passenger, the system will take control of the aircraft, select a diversion airfield and land autonomously. Under a DARPA program, Sikorsky is developing an autonomy ...

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