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Genesys Puts Daedelean's Ailumina System Through its Paces

AI Powered Smart Visual Assistance Systems Making their Way into Genesys Avionics

Genesys Aerosystems has begun working with Daedalean, signing a Memorandum of Understanding to integrate their AI-enabled kit.

The deal lays out a roadmap to integrate Daedalean tech throughout the Genesys Aerosystems lineup, adding machine-learning, visual-recognition safety systems to flight-ready avionics. So far, Genesys has already begun testing the OmniX evaluation kit on their OH-58 Kiowa test bed.

“Genesys Aerosystems is evaluating Daedalean’s technology for autonomy pilot assistance solutions across various fixed-wing and helicopter platforms,” said Genesys Aerosystems General Manager Paul Stoelting. “OmniX allows us the opportunity to see how Daedalean’s vision-based solutions can move us toward that goal.”

Daedelaean "leverages the power of neural networks to build systems that process visual data in flight in real time for visual traffic detection, navigation, and landing guidance", wrapping it all up in a compact package. When applied correctly, it's a helpful safety boon to improve situational awareness without the cost and complexity of having another pair of cheeks in the right seat.

“Having a venerable aviation company like Genesys Aerosystems choose to test Daedalean’s technology is a signal that the industry is recognizing the value of AI-enabled systems both for pilot assistance now and as a step toward autonomy,” stated Dr. Luuk van Dijk, founder of Daedalean. “Central to the value of Daedalean’s systems is that we have worked closely with regulators to ensure the systems’ certifiability.”

FMI: www.daedalean.ai

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