Second generation hydrogen drones to be utilised in the North Sea
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Second generation hydrogen drones to be utilised in the North Sea

Hydrogen-powered drones could become a vital part of accelerating the energy transition in the North Sea with Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) releasing its new second generation drone and exploring pilots for its application.

Revealed today (Oct 29), the second-generation hydrogen drone, the DS30W, had been demonstrated at the Maritime Emerging and Enabling Technologies Innovation Park (METIP) with DroneQ Robotics showcasing its capabilities.

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DMI additionally signed a cooperation agreement with DroneQ and METIP that will see the joint investigation in using the hydrogen drone in maritime and offshore industry to enhance the energy transition to cleaner solutions.

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