Have you ever thought about your ordered goods being delivered by a hydrogen-powered drone? Well, that could soon be the future.
Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) and 42air on Thursday (Jan 6) inked a deal that could make hydrogen drone deliveries a near term reality, as they look to co-develop the delivery services.
Under the agreement, the duo have said they will look to create new models and develop a service model including specifying and integrating fuel cell power systems, automation software, cargo handling systems and other technologies.
Through focusing on the above details, it is hoped the hydrogen-powered drones will be able to stay airborne for over two hours, with the support of fuel cells which have approximately four to five times higher energy density compared to lithium-ion batteries.
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