UAV Fuel Cell Extended the Endurance of Multi-Rotor Aircraft

        Jupiter-H2 is expected to be officially launched in January 2018. The drone has used for the first time the 650 watt fuel cell specially designed and manufactured by Smart Energy for the UAV market. Relying on the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, the fuel cell is quiet and produces no pollutants during actual operation. The load held by the drone can also be powered by the fuel cell to avoid the need for traditional batteries.