Fly-by-wire



[flahy-bahy-wahyuh r] /ˈflaɪ baɪˈwaɪər/

adjective
1.
(of aircraft or spacecraft) activated entirely by electronic controls.
noun
1.
aircraft control through systems operated by electronic circuits rather than mechanical rods FBW
noun, adjective

a semiautomated computerized flight control for flying aircraft or spacecraft

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