AFCS

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AFCSAutomatic Flight Control System
AFCSAdobe Flash Collaboration Service
AFCSAlliance for Cellular Signaling
AFCSArmed Forces Compensation Scheme (UK MoD)
AFCSAsian Family Counselling Service (UK)
AFCSAir Force Communications Service
AFCSAutomatic Fire Control System
AFCSAviva Family and Children's Services (Los Angeles, CA)
AFCSAdvanced Facer Canceller System (USPS)
AFCSAmerican Friends Service Committee (Quakers)
AFCSAlkourashi's First Class Squad (gaming)
AFCSAll Florida Contracting Services (Coral Springs, FL)
AFCSAdvanced Flight Control System
AFCSArmy Facilities Components System
AFCSAdvanced Facer Canceler System (Postal Service)
AFCSAustralian Forest Certification Scheme
AFCSActive Federal Commissioned Service
AFCSAnti-Fraud and Corruption Strategy (UK)
AFCSAgriculture, Forestry and Consumer Sciences (West Virginia University)
AFCSArmed Forces Courier Service
AFCSAircraft Flight Control System
AFCSAutomated Fire Control System (US DoD)
AFCSAir Force Corporate Structure
AFCSAtlanta Fulton County Stadium
AFCSAdvanced Fire-Control System
AFCSAdvanced Fuel Cell Systems
AFCSAdaptive Fire Control System
AFCSAllied Forces Contingency Stock
AFCSSenior Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman (Naval rating)
AFCSAir Force Communications System
AFCSAir Force Comprehensive School (Nigeria)
AFCSAutomatic Facilities Control Subsystem
AFCSArtillery Fire Control Systems
AFCSAmerican Financial Credit Services, Inc. (Indiana and Florida; est. 1993)
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Under the existing aircraft flight control system, air traffic controllers locate airplanes by radio as the airspace above the Pacific cannot be reached by radar.
The subject of the contract is the research and development of artificial intelligence (intelligent aircraft flight control system), focusing on prediction of pilot behavior and error correction by creating a communication interface between artificial intelligence and pilot (crew).
Contract Awarded for aircraft flight control system production installation
The investigation will focus on off-nominal/abnormal event scenarios directly affecting the aircraft flight control system. The techniques will offer the capability to adjust and adapt to the abnormal event during flight.
The new focus "mandates the replacement of costly and bulky mechanical hydraulic aircraft flight control systems with lighter weight, high-reliability, low-maintenance electric motors and drives."
Electronics for aircraft flight control systems are part of the field known as avionics.
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