Flowcopter Showcase their Heavylift Utility UAV on the Offshore Drone Problem 2024 – sUAS Information – The Enterprise of Drones

Flowcopter Showcase their Heavylift Utility UAV on the Offshore Drone Problem 2024 – sUAS Information – The Enterprise of Drones





Final week, Flowcopter participated within the inaugural Offshore Drone Problem (ODC) happening on the Nationwide Experimental Check Middle of Unmanned Plane Methods in Cochstedt, Germany. Sponsored by power large EnBW in partnership with the German Aerospace Middle (DLR), the ODC has been created as a possibility for main drone producers to showcase their plane in entrance of main offshore wind operators and main figures in Transport, EU Drone Regulation and the German Authorities.

EnBW states that; ‘Offshore wind farms play a key function in reaching our local weather targets and are designed for a service lifetime of over twenty years. The problem is that they’re typically situated removed from the coast. We depend on progressive applied sciences to optimize the operation and upkeep of those generators.’

Flowcopter, represented by Technical Director, Dr. Uwe Stein, introduced their FC100 Utility UAV, with it’s 100kg payload capability and 200km vary, as a commercially viable heavy raise resolution for Offshore Wind that may assist considerably scale back O&M prices for operators and enhance uptime.

Dr. Stein stated, ‘Offshore Wind servicing is simply one of many software areas we all know our FC100 Utility UAV platform is completely suited. The big payload, lengthy endurance and gust resistant capabilities make it ideally suited to the tough offshore environments that we all know present battery electrical techniques are unable to deal with’.

The ODC follows on from current profitable flight trials of Flowcopter’s FC100 on the UAS Denmark Check Centre in Odense, Denmark in April this yr adopted by an exhibition on the Worldwide Drone Present at Hans Christian Andersen Airport in Could.

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