Its initial flight was made by A Helicopter HXC-2 Jupiter from Thunder Tiger this week.
It uses a 6000W fuel cell module and carbon fiber fuel tanks to put away its hydrogen.
Thunder Tiger expect it to have an 3 times larger and of course with a greater payload capability than multirotors of the footprint.
Thunder Tiger assert that’s the entire world ’s only fuel cell coaxial helicopter.
It ’ s just the ticket for lifting LiDAR units. Can you keep the hydrogen easily though and ever get?
Gary Mortimer has been a commercial balloon pilot for 25 years and flies full-scale aquariums. Prior to this, he left coffee and tea across the UK.
Released at Sat, 15 Sep 2018 13:10:09 +0000
Laflamme Aero Inc., a company founded in Quebec, Canada, announces today the successful conclusion of its first set of flight tests for its drone, the LX300. The LX300 is one of the planet ’s largest helicopter-type drone to take flight.
« We’ve just completed an essential step. Our collection of flight tests has demonstrated secure the craft is and maneuverable it’s during landings and takeoffs. Several of those maneuvers are complex and critical. There is no doubt that the consequences from those tests will permit us to move on quickly to the very last steps of the development program» remarked president of Laflamme Aero, Enrick Laflamme.
Using the estimated useful payload of 90 kg, the LX300 targets both commercial and military applications. The Defense and safety sector, particularly, has demonstrated a significant fascination with rsquo & Laflamme Aero . It’s worth remembering that the LX300 stands out by its capabilities that ease the loading and transport of various loads.
« Obviously, that was an important landmark for us. It reveals. We’ll continue working hard since important steps are still to come for this autumn, such as our first flights» additional director of the provider, David Laflamme.
Laflamme Aero plans on continued its series of tests during the subsequent 12 months, so as to start the commercialization of this LX300 by the autumn of 2019.
Around Laflamme Aero Inc..
Laflamme Aero Inc. is currently found in the Thetford area, two hours away from Montreal, Canada. The company specializes in the evolution of autonomous vehicles. Laflamme Aero owns an engineering firm that provides mechanical engineering projects for businesses in the aerospace, power and manufacturing sectors.
David Laflamme, P. Eng. Laflamme Aéro Inc. 134, St-Patrick, C.P. 2025 Coleraine (Qc) G0N1B0 T 418 423.5050 F 418 423.7659 Cell 418 333.0705 [email protected]