Doosan Raises Funds For Hydrogen Cargo Drones

Doosan’s hydrogen fuel-cell-powered DS30 has a 2-hr flight time for inspection and surveillance missions.
Credit: Doosan Mobility Innovation
South Korea’s Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) has secured a 27 billion won ($22 million) investment, primarily for the development of cargo drones powered by hydrogen fuel cells. A subsidiary of Korean conglomerate Doosan, DMI has developed a range of hydrogen-powered drones including the DS30...

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