Hungarian academy heads €6.7 mln aircraft development project
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute for Computer Science and Control (MTA SZTAKI) is leading a team of researchers in a €6.7 mln European Union aircraft development project, the institute said on Friday.
The chief aim of the three-and-a-half-year project is to make flying more cost effective. The project aims to manufacture a pilotless aircraft prototype with replaceable wings within two years, the institute said.
The institute is working together with the German Aerospace Center, the universities of Bristol, Munich, Delft and Aachen, and the aerospace companies FACC of Austria and INASCO of Greece, it added.
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