Helicopter lands without a human pilot

09/20/2013 | American City Business Journals · IEEE Spectrum online

The bid to eliminate human error from helicopter landings took a step closer to reality with the success of a Carnegie Mellon University team in landing a chopper automatically. The robotic system on the Boeing Unmanned Little Bird can sense changes in a potential landing environment and guide the machine to a safe spot to set down, according to reports.

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