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autopilot

[′ȯd·ō‚pī·lət]
(navigation)
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The Autopilot does that so I can continually go down the same road paths forever.
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee attributed the accident to defects in the design of the MD-11's autopilot system as well as to pilot error.
Nastel executives will give away copies of AutoPilot Heap Detective at the conference (Booth #346).
However, after a few flights behind the autopilot, if you're still struggling, you might benefit from a block diagram showing how the autopilot interfaces with the other systems.
In expanding the G5, we're currently laying out our safety case with the FAA, proving that a basic autopilot interface doesn't induce hazards when controlling the aircraft," Murray told us.
Tesla said the particular Model has numerous warnings that need to be adhered to while operating in the autopilot mode.
Garmin was dinged for releasing the STC'd version of the G5 without an autopilot interface, and it put some buyers on the fence impatiently waiting for third-party autopilot compatibility and with any luck, an approved autopilot.
Built upon the acclaimed performance of the popular GFC 700 autopilot, the GFC 600 and GFC 500 provide pilots with a suite of advanced autopilot capabilities that are an economical addition for a growing number of aircraft.
Electrek has reported that the updated Autopilot brings a 'silky smooth' new control algorithm for Autosteer, and full-speed Automatic Emergency Braking.
The airplane had an autopilot, but I never considered using it when one engine was turning and one was "burning.
The announcement follows several Autopilot-related crashes, including a fatal Florida accident in May in which a Tesla Model S driving on Autopilot slammed into a big rig after apparently failing to distinguish between the white truck and the bright sky behind it.
The Model S Tesla was being operated by what the car company calls Autopilot.