UAV

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AAC is a research and development firm specializing in the design, development, and implementation of products related to aviation safety, such as adaptive flight and engine control systems, health monitoring systems, sensors, cockpit video systems, advanced telemetry systems; plasma aerodynamic systems to dramatically improve aircraft and engine performance; and neural network systems including avionics; fault detection and isolation; robotics; command, control, communications, and computer intelligence (C4I); signal processing; and air traffic control. Accurate Automation Corporation has developed several types of unmanned aircraft for research applications leading to operational military applications. AAC has developed the LoFLYTE® waverider testbed aircraft for DoD and NASA, and the GLOV™ and X43A-LS for NASA and DoD.


X43-A

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The X43A-LS aircraft is a Mach 10 Lifting Body Demonstrator Subsonic testbed Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV). The X43A-LS is available for AAC flight control development and ground station test facility that has been used at Eglin AFB.

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LoFlyte

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LoFLYTE® is a Mach 5 Waverider Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV) testbed vehicle used for AAC Neural Net Controller development. It has been used at Edwards AFB by the 419th.

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ALAMM

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ALAMM was developed for a multirole device originally for the Air Force.


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GLOV

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A Gun Launched Observation Vehicle (GLOV) has been developed and demonstrated.

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EyeFly

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A CoAxial helicopter that is developed to support remote sensor system needs.

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Wasp

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A two seat, turbine powered aircraft with a useful load capability of 238 kg.

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