Drone integrates battery cells into structure to boost flight time

September 12, 2018 // By Nick Flaherty
A US startup has integrated battery cells throughout the structure of a drone to provide a flight time of up to 2hrs.

Impossible Aero's US-1 drone measures 660 mm x 660 mm (26” x 26”) and acheives the longer flight time by integating the battery cells throughout the struts and body of the 7kg craft. 

The drone has a top speed of up to 19 m/s (42 mph) and range of 75 km with a payload of up to 1.3 kg (2.9 lbs) such as the Flir Duo Pro R combined thermal and visual camera, but this reduces the flight time to a maximum of 78 minutes.

It uses the Px4 autopilot and can charge in under one hour. An encrypted Video Link uses AES-128 with a video latency of 1-2ms for 1080 full HD video at 60 frame/s

www.impossible.aero

 


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