Not related to the parachute...all software and auto pilot.... The avionics levels the wings ..raises the nose..and so onA little vague... Are you talking about the Cirrus parachute - to "save the plane" in case of structural failure, or the Garmin Autoland system to "save the plane" in case of pilot incapacitation?
What scenario are you trying to "save" the plane from?
I’m a bit of a land lubber .. buiding and training at same time... my original post was not very helpfulOK, the "wings level" function is available on most of the current experimental AP's. So is a "180" function.
That is a long way from a "save the plane" description though. That level of automation helps, but isn't going to fix thunderstorm penetration, airframe icing or structural failure - just a few of the common situations that a "save the plane" button would drive.