The new system, named FlightOS, can simplify airplane management and make flights safer.
FlightOS operates through a touch-responsive tablet or an on-board touch screen, which greatly simplifies the control of the airplane and the flight itself.
FlightOS will help you learn how to operate your plane easier and faster
Mark Groden, founder and CEO of Skyryse, says FlightOS can be used on any aircraft and allow people to “control these airplanes with touch controls as if they were the best pilots. And the best part is that thanks to automation technology, the new system increases the level of security. ”
It is worth noting here that this FlightOS system is designed specifically for use on non-commercial flights and on aircraft frequently piloted by non-major airline professional pilots.
“Overall, aviation estimates that over 100 million miles (161 million km) – 7.16 fatal accidents occur. Meanwhile, among commercial airlines, the figure is only 0.05, “says Skyryse, adding that” accidents occur due to errors by flight operators. By eliminating this variable from the equation – fatal events per $ 100 million. miles, falling to 1.12. ”
FlightOS has some really impressive features. The on-board computer monitors boundaries, flight paths and weather conditions. It constantly evaluates all conditions and can fly safely even in very bad weather and with nothing to see with the naked eye.
At the same time, the computer is set to work automatically to respond to a variety of emergencies, such as an unexpected engine failure or an airplane crash from high altitude.
The divisions hope that the new system will solve many of the problems currently facing the airline industry: lack of pilots, expensive pilot training, risky flying in bad weather, human error, and more.
It is alleged that Skyryse has already been approached by the first customers for the new system: representatives of the military and search and rescue organizations.
It is also worth noting that Skyryse employs people with impressive work experience who previously worked for companies like Tesla, Uber and Boeing. And the Skyryse team seems to be on the right track.