Operating at altitudes above 3,000 feet, it is a challenge for operators to control the aircraft.
The main problem is to control it well, as the aircraft will fly too fast and cannot stay in the air.
Aeroport operator mfRI Aerial has developed an innovative and efficient way to operate the helicopter at altitude above 3-6,000 meters, making it a flying machine for the masses.
The company has developed a new method to control aircraft at alti-tude.
This method has been developed for use by the air traffic control service.
The company uses a rotary helicopter which is capable of hovering at an altitude of 3-7,000m for short periods of time, without any loss of speed.
The new system allows operators to maintain the aircraft in the sky for longer periods of the day, as it remains in the same altitude at night.
The system is also able to maintain flight at a speed of up to 30,000km/h.
“The new approach is an improvement over the existing rotor-based method of controlling aircraft at low altitudes.
The rotor is controlled at a fixed height and the aircraft remains at the same height for a given period of time,” said mfrio.
The company is currently developing a second generation of its rotor-controlled helicopter.
According to mfrie, the new system is expected to be used in commercial aircraft.
However, there are still a lot of issues with this method of helicopter operation.
It is important to maintain control at the desired altitude, while maintaining the aircraft’s flight rate, according to mffri.
To control the helicopter, the operator needs to be aware of all the relevant information.
In this way, the control is performed by the operators’ radar systems, which are located on the aircraft itself.
Mfri Aerial has been testing the new helicopter technology on an aircraft flying over the Netherlands.