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We are in the process of integrating the FOG (Final Optical Guidance) in our R²-150 aircraft. This requires flying in the virtual net to validate the controls algorithms.

We did some dynamic testing of our net arrestor. Have a look at the recovery of an aircraft at the flying mass and at the intended speed set at 85 km/h.

A new flight test campaign is achieved. We were able to open a bit more the flight envelop and mainly start working on the final guidance FOG (Final Optical Guidance) that we are developing with our french partner BETOMORROW/DRONISOS

The European Parliament had asked its representatives to select “60 success stories” from Europe illustrating projects that have emerged thanks to european funds. These “success stories of Europe” were the subject of an exhibition at the European Parliament in Strasbourg from November 13 to 16. The FLY-R project, funded by ERDF funds, was one of the 25 French companies chosen for this exhibition.

A new flight test campaign is over. Despite a capricious weather we were able to achieve 7 test flights over 4 days and so finalize the autopilot integration in autonomous mode, the landing phases being still under the external pilot control. 

We have been able to validate autonomous flight, flight plan change in real time, emergency return command and approach simulation with a “mini” LIDAR to control altitude. This was a remarkable problem free campaign, rare enough to be mentioned.

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