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Hydrogen-Powered BVLOS Drones & Propulsion Solutions

H3 Dynamics combines advanced hydrogen fuel cell systems with sophisticated AI analytics to enable next-generation emissions-free BVLOS operations By Mike Ball / 26 Sep 2022
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H3 Dynamics, a leading developer of hydrogen-powered drones and UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) solutions, has partnered with Unmanned Systems Technology (“UST”) to demonstrate their expertise in this field. The ‘Gold’ profile highlights how the company combines their advanced hydrogen fuel cell systems with sophisticated AI analytics to enable the next generation of BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) unmanned aviation with emissions-free operations.

DBX Drone StationH3’s DBX-G7 drone-in-a-box solution is a drone-agnostic platform that supports a wide range of commercial UAV models and payload options. Enabling fully autonomous operations, the drone station takes care of the entire workflow including navigation, charging, data retrieval and processing.

The DBX-G7 can be easily integrated with third-party AI and machine learning software solutions to suit a variety of data processing requirements for different applications.

hydrogen-powered-aircraft-2The Hywings H-25 is a long-range fixed-wing UAV platform designed for zero-emissions cargo delivery applications. Powered by unique Aeropak hydrogen propulsion nacelles, the H-25 can carry up to 5kg of cargo as standard.

The Aeropak nacelles can also be stacked to form a redundant distributed propulsion system, and allow the Hywings cargo UAV platform to be scaled up for custom solutions that can carry up to 500 kg.

hycopter Hydrogen droneThe Hycopter is a hydrogen-powered multirotor UAV designed for long-endurance data collection and surveillance missions. With a flight endurance of up to 3 hours, the quiet and highly reliable platform is ideal for infrastructure inspection, law enforcement, first responders and more.

The versatile UAV can be equipped with one of three different sizes of hydrogen tank, allowing you to balance flight time and payload capacity to the needs of the mission.

Ai inspectionH3 Dynamics provides a state-of-the-art automated data acquisition and analysis service for large-scale structures and industrial facilities, using drones equipped with HD video cameras, thermal imagers, LiDAR scanners, and hyperspectral sensors.

All data is processed using the company’s AI-powered analytics software platform, providing automatic defect identification mapping as well as detailed reporting.

Hydrogen fuel cellH3 Dynamics’ Aerostak hydrogen powered fuel cell solutions incorporate a PEM fuel cell stack, control electronics and integrated cooling in a lightweight enclosure.

The easily-integrated units are available in a variety of options to meet a diverse range of power output requirements.

mobile hydrogen refueling stationThe Hydrogen Refueling Trailer is an automated system that supports hydrogen-powered UAVs, and provides refilling of high-pressure storage cylinders, as well as remote production of hydrogen with only water and electricity.

The system includes built-in fill monitoring that pauses and resumes as necessary according to temperature, and other safety features such as gas sensors and venting fans.

To find out more about H3 Dynamics and their hydrogen-powered UAV solutions, please visit their profile page: https://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/company/h3-dynamics/

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Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact