Doosan Mobility hydrogen drones will take flight in the Netherlands, testing offshore solutions including drone delivery, marine monitoring, and search and rescue.
South Korean Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) has penned a deal with Dutch government agency NHN (Development Agency Noord-Holland Noord, NHN), a regional development organization and governing agency for maritime economic development support project METIP.
As part of the METIP project, METIP partner DroneQ Aerial Services will be the local drone services provider, operating the Doosan hydrogen drones. The Doosan solutions feature hydrogen fuel cell ‘powerpacks’ which give their commercial platforms a flight endurance of more than 2 hours. Projects will include drone delivery, lifesaving applications like search and rescue, environmental monitoring, facility inspections and reconnaissance.