Most new technologies with potential to disrupt aerospace get their start in other sectors. For hydrogen fuel cells, that will certainly be automotive—in personal, commercial and military vehicles. But General Motors believes its fuel cells will find a place in aviation, in auxiliary power units (APUs), distributed power generation and ground-support vehicles. GM has launched SURUS (for Silent Utility Rover Universal Platform), a flexible and autonomous vehicle platform (see photo) ...


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