Germany Studies AAM For Offshore Wind Turbine Maintenance

Logistics and passenger drones could carry maintenance tools and technicians directly to offshore wind turbines.
Credit: EnBW
German energy company EnBW and aerospace research agency DLR have launched a three-year project to explore the use of cargo and passenger drones to support the maintenance of offshore wind farms. Using cargo drones to transport tools and materials directly to the top of 100-m-tall (330-ft.) wind...
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