H3 Dynamics and Carbonix to develop hydrogen-powered UAS

H3 Dynamics has joined forces with Carbonix to begin the development and production of a hydrogen-electric, unmanned aircraft system (UAS) in alignment with Australia’s decarbonisation plans.

The Singapore-based company, H3 Dynamics, will begin integrating its off-the-shelf hydrogen-electric systems to Carbonix’, Australia’s leading manufacturer and provider of UAV, existing H2 VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) UAS fleet.

Carbonix’ key end-user markets such as mining and logistics, where passenger aircraft and helicopters, as well as battery or combustion engine drones are already in use – now could be converted to using locally-produced hydrogen.

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