Bell To Use Heavy-Lift Drone For Research

Credit: DragonH: xFold
A petition for exemptions from FAA rules governing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) reveals rotorcraft developer Bell plans to use a large commercial multicopter drone, the xFold DragonH, for research and development flying. The 12-rotor DragonH can lift a payload of 440 lb. and could be used to...

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