FlightWave Aerospace Systems, Inc. announces its second offering to the UAS community: the hydrogen-powered Jupiter-H2. The hydrogen fuel cell technology powering the aircraft, which comes through a partnership with UK-based Intelligent Energy, gives the Jupiter-H2 heavy-lifting capability plus greater endurance.
The Jupiter-H2 uses a narrow-profile 70 cm airframe, with a high-thrust power plant consisting of eight motors driving cross-flowing fan blades. The three-liter hydrogen tank fuels nearly two hours of continuous flight, lifting up to almost three pounds of payload. Read More.