Hydrones, an Israeli company, has announced the development of a revolutionary new hydrogen-powered drone, capable of lifting a 25 kg payload for 145 minutes and flying at a speed of around 90 km/h.
The development of this hydrogen-powered drone marks a significant milestone in the drone industry. Its extended flight times, increased payloads, and faster flight speeds make it an excellent choice for various applications such as search and rescue, delivery, and surveying.
The hydrogen drone employs a hydrogen fuel cell to power its electric motors. This innovation allows for longer flight times and increased payloads, while its speed of 90 km/h makes it ideal for rapid response operations.
One of the most significant advantages of this new drone is its ability to carry heavier payloads for more extended periods. With a lifting capacity of up to 25 kg, the drone can transport diverse payloads, including medical supplies and industrial equipment, to hard-to-reach locations.
With the speed and flight time, the drone can cover larger areas and respond swiftly to emergencies, making it an essential tool for search and rescue missions or large-scale surveying projects.
The hydrogen-powered drone has already generated substantial interest from defense companies in Israel and across the globe. For more information, please see the Hydrones press release at the bottom of the page.
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