Last week’s InterDrone conference saw a lot of new and innovative products announced. One of the most interesting was the result of a partnership between CA-based FlightWave Aerospace Systems, Inc. and UK-based Intelligent Energy: the hydrogen-powered Jupiter-H2.
The Jupiter doesn’t look like many of the other drones on display. It’s not a sleek marvel of aerodynamic design like FlightWave’s fixed-wing Edge drone. Nor does it look like any of the other multi-rotors on display at the show. Jupiter was designed with a very specific goal in mind – to provide an endurance drone for indoor (or outdoor in some cases) industrial use. Read More.