EHang Introduces EVTOL To Fight High-rise Fires

EHang demonstrated high-rise firefighting at the launch of its 216F autonomous air vehicle.
Credit: EHang
China’s EHang has launched an unmanned aerial firefighting version of its two-seat autonomous electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing air taxi, demonstrating its ability to fight fires in high-rise buildings. With a maximum flight altitude of 600 m (2,000 ft.), compared with a reach of less than 50 m...
Graham Warwick

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