Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Fuel cells push UAVs further into the Internet of Things

Now here's an interesting story that combines many of the current trends in power, drones and IoT.



A fuel cell technology developed by Intelligent energy in the UK will be used to power drones for longer so that they can spend more time on inspections, all connecting back to the Internet of Things. With FPGAs being used for UAV control and vision systems, and artificial intelligence and machine learning also being implemented on these aircraft, fuel cells are providing the ability for embedded IoT technologies to operate for significantly longer.  



There is more on the story at Fuel cell deal for UAVs in the Internet of Things | EETE Power Management:



By Nick Flaherty www.flaherty.co.uk



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