The first Air Collision Avoidance System (ACAS), designed to be installed on civil aircraft in Russia, successfully passed ground and flight tests. They told this TASS At the Institute of Aviation Instrumentation “Navigator”.
During the tests, dozens of flights were made at various times. Experts monitored EPSV’s work in the air, creating warning messages and maneuvering recommendations to the crew. “Navigator” also stated: “The results obtained were considered successful.”
It was also reported that the Il-76MD-90A military transport aircraft belonging to the Russian Aerospace Forces was also used. started It will be equipped in series with the latest airborne collision avoidance system (ACS), its tests are being completed in parallel.
This system warns the aircraft by sending a signal to the autopilot to avoid a collision. The system has the ability to observe the weather in passive mode and an active antenna that transmits information about its position to other aircraft, it also integrates the function of recognizing the contours of the world in particular.
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