The topic of applying autonomy to our vehicles is one discussed by almost every transportation sector around the world. For aviation, one of the big questions is how a computer can match the years of training, experience, and human intuition of a pilot. Wayfinder works to answer this question.Read More
It’s hard to believe one year has passed since Wayfinder began. As experts in the innovation of flight you can take it from us - it turns out time really does fly!
In this post we’d like to share a visual overview of current Wayfinder initiatives so that our readers can see what our team sees!Read More
Hear from our project executive on what it was like to attend and present Wayfinder at one of the largest air shows in the world.Read More
It's a critical skill every student pilot learns before being sent off on their first solo flight: how to land. Now Wayfinder is teaching computers the same thing using neural networks.Read More
All great teams need an origin story.
Wayfinder’s story began in 2016 as part of the team building Vahana, one of Airbus’ eVTOL demonstrators originally housed within A3 by Airbus.Read More
In a world where annual air travel volume is expected to double by 2036 (to 7.8B passengers from 4B in 2017) and the number of pilots cannot scale quickly enough to meet that demand (450K - 870K pilots are expected to be needed), adaptable, autonomous systems will be required to provide an alternative solution.Read More