The Dassault nEUROn UCAS tested in HIL mode with the APM v2.6 on Xplane v10

Here an interesting video of the Dassault nEUROn UCAS (Unmanned Combat Air System) which has been modelized at full scale on Xplane v10. This virtual nEUROn has been designed so as to be closest as possible to the real UCAS model. It has been fully tested with the FMS (Flight Management System) autopilot on Xplane 10 and then connected in HIL mode (Hardware In the Loop) with the APM v2.6 IMU computer board loaded with the ArduPlane v2.73-xp1 firmware. The Arduplane firmware is used instead of the Xplane FMS autopilot during a full autonomous mission under a flight plan during a very HIGH SPEED flight.

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