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Artificial intelligence in the aircraft

The development of artificial intelligence has been rapid in recent years and more and more opportunities are also being exploited in the aviation industry to improve the safety and efficiency of flights. AI systems can help optimise flight operations by analysing and evaluating data in real time to make faster decisions and achieve better results.

One example of the use of AI in aircraft is automatic collision avoidance. AI systems can be able to detect obstacles on the flight path and quickly calculate alternative flight paths to ensure that the aircraft remains unharmed. This technology can also help improve the safety of flights in bad weather by providing pilots with better information and identifying potential hazards at an early stage.

Another field of application is automatic landing. AI systems can make landings more precise and safer by taking factors such as wind speed, direction and strength into account and making appropriate adjustments. In the future, aircraft could even land completely autonomously, without human intervention.

AI can also help improve aircraft maintenance. By analysing sensor data, AI systems can detect potential problems early and notify maintenance teams before serious damage occurs. This can lead to higher aircraft availability and ultimately lower costs for airlines.

Of course, there are also concerns about safety and privacy when using AI on aircraft. It is important that this technology is thoroughly tested and regulated to ensure that it is safe, reliable and does not pose a threat to passengers.

Overall, the use of AI on aircraft offers many benefits and can help make flights safer and more efficient. The future of the aviation industry will undoubtedly be characterised by AI systems that further improve the safety and comfort of flights.

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