An aeroplane that runs on electricity is called an electric aircraft. With zero emissions and quieter flights, electric aircraft are viewed as a means to lessen the environmental effects of aviation.
The most popular way to supply electricity is using batteries, but there are other options as well. Most of them use electric motors to power turbines or propellers.
A traditional fixed-wing aircraft’s flight control system is made up of the essential operational mechanisms, connecting connections, and flight control surfaces together with the corresponding cockpit controls.
Given that they alter speed, aircraft engine controls are sometimes regarded as flying controls.
The Global Electric aircraft flight control system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
An agreement between BAE Systems and Supernal to design and develop the flight control computer for Supernal’s eVTOL vehicle has been made public.
BAE Systems will work with Supernal to establish the architecture of a compact fly-by-wire system for their autonomous aircraft.
During flight, the fly-by-wire controls will effectively and safely control the aircraft.The creation of sophisticated, high-integrity controls is essential to meeting the requirements of electric aircraft.
The next-generation system will be a small-footprint response to Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) vehicle processing needs and eventual autonomy needs.
Additionally, it will be adaptable enough to handle the particular integration difficulties posed by both big regional electric aircraft and electric air taxis.
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