Sunday, 11 May 2014

easyJet using drones to inspect planes

Airliners aren't the cheapest form of transportation to run – not the least because of the costs run up by the detailed inspections required by safety regulations on a regular basis. easyJet and Bristol Robotics Laboratory have announced that they've entered into a partnership to adapt drones for inspecting easyJet’s fleet of 220 Airbus aircraft as part of a larger package of technological innovations designed to make inspections between flights faster and more efficient... Continue Reading easyJet using drones to inspect planes

Section: Aircraft

Tags: Aircraft, Bristol University, Drone, easyJet, Plane, Quadcopter, Safety

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