Korean UAV Sets Altitude Record For Lithium-Sulfur Battery

KARI’s solar-powered EAV-3 set a South Korean altitude record equipped with LG Chem’s battery.
Credit: LG Chem
South Korea’s LG Chem, the largest manufacturer of batteries for electric vehicles, has conducted the country’s first flight test of a next-generation lithium-sulfur battery. The battery was flown to high altitude on the Korean Aerospace Research Institute’s (KARI) EAV-3 solar-powered unmanned...

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