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According to Air Traffic Control ( ATC) officials, the plane took off at 10 am but had to return to the IGIA after a few minutes as it developed problems in its autopilot system.
ONTRAPORT attributes its growth to its strong focus on customer service, alignment of the Office Autopilot platform to the specific needs of small and mid-sized businesses, and substantial word-of-mouth marketing among its customers about the business value of Office Autopilot.
The agreement strengthens CA Technologies cross-platform offering by adding Nastel s AutoPilot for middleware management.
Twenty-four automatic error messages sent by the plane just prior to the crash showed its autopilot was disengaged after conflicting speed readings were given by sensors, the head of the French air accident investigation agency BEA said.
A commuter plane that crashed near the northern US city of Buffalo, killing 50 people, was on autopilot as it descended to earth, in violation of federal safety recommendations, a federal investigator said Sunday.
Linked to a GPS, a single press of the navigation key tells the autopilot to take its commands from the GPS and intuitively follow a path to the next way point.
The autopilot looked like it was doing a good job of detecting and using the lift in certain conditions,'' said Frackowiak.
Today's GPS automatic steering systems, such as Trimble's AgGPS[R] Autopilot system, are causing a "revolutionary change" in farming operations, as Iowa farmer Clay Mitchell puts it.