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  • 1 Drones become intelligent

    The Systems Control and Flight Dynamics (DCSD) Department's team at Onera also simulated the deck landing of a helicopter drone on a ship by organizing a meeting between the helicopter and a virtual moving point (not having a boat for testing the deck landing under realconditions).as facile de démontrer les capacités du drone autonome!
  • 2 Drones: en route for autonomy

    "Since we don't know the details of these upcoming regulations, we started with a scenario that we hoped would be as close as possible to the final texts, "notes Christel Seguin, research engineer at Onera's Systems Control and Flight Dynamics department. While there are three main aspects to this question- aircraft, pilot and aircraft / pilot / ATC interactions- the project team will focus on the drone itself and the innovative avionics systems required
  • 3 Scientific High Council

    Executive expert Flight control, Analysis of Launch Vehicle and Space Vehicle Missions and Systems Engineering, General Inspectorate, Ariane Group. Professor, Head of the Turbomachinery and Propulsion Department Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
  • 4 The droplet and the engine

    And what if we could reduce the consumption of aeronautic engines by controlling the evaporation of micro-droplets of kerosene?... Laser techniques are used to measure the dynamics of the whole process.[Photo Antoine Gonin... In other words, it isn't very easy to catch them mid- flight!... Here the same measurements techniques were to be used but on a droplet mist injected into a flow of air with a known and controlled turbulence
  • 5 1963 à 1983 - The expansion

    ONERA, which was already a centre of reference in its field, would play a leading role in the dynamics of this period... In the late 70s, ONERA undertook the first studies on generalized active control, which would revolutionize the design of combat aircraft (Mirage 2000, Rafale) and later of commercial aircraft (the Airbus 320 and then the 330 and 340)