13 Feb '18, 4am

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Airbus Helicopters has successfully demonstrated the first flight of its Skyways UAV at the National University of Singapore, the company announced on 8 February. During the demonstration, the UAV flew from its maintenance centre and landed on the roof of a specifically designed parcel station where a parcel was automatically loaded via a robotic arm. The UAV took off again from the roof after loading the parcel and returned to land, demonstrating its automatic unloading capability. Airbus Helicopters’ Skyways project is at an advanced R&D stage and progressing well, with the equipment and facilities installed at the NUS campus. Several tests are already under way and the system will be demonstrated in the university when the trial service will commence this year. With the Skyways UAV, the campus students and staff will be able deliver small parcels between 2kg and 4kg to ...

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