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ENERGYOR DEMONSTRATES MULTIROTOR UAV FLIGHT OF 3 HOURS, 43 MINUTES

Montreal, Canada: EnergyOr Technologies Inc., a leading developer of advanced PEM fuel cell systems, recently demonstrated the world’s longest multirotor UAV flight, flying for a record 3 hours, 43 minutes and 48 seconds, improving upon its previous world record of 2 hours, 12 minutes and 46 seconds from March 16th, 2015. This demonstration was performed to emphasize the significant potential of EnergyOr’s fuel cell systems to dramatically increase multirotor UAV flight endurance, thereby enabling countless new applications for this type of aircraft

EnergyOr's CEO, Michel Bitton, stated "We are proud to maintain our position as the first company to apply hydrogen fuel cell systems to Multirotor UAV applications and to have achieved the world's longest multirotor flights ever recorded."

EnergyOr's fuel cell systems are designed, built and tested to meet real-world customer requirements. Based on fuel cell system technology similar to that used in the automotive industry, specific attention has been made to operation at ambient temperature extremes (high and low), high altitudes and in environments where significant airborne contaminants are present (e.g. dust).

The commercial market for multirotor UAVs used in civil applications is expected to increase dramatically in the coming years, with new uses being announced on a daily basis. Current applications include parcel delivery, disaster response, hydro and rail line inspections, flare stack inspections, precision agriculture, search and rescue missions and film production, just to name a few. Battery powered multirotor UAVs have very limited flight times due to the relatively low specific energy (Watt-hours/kg) of existing rechargeable battery technologies. "EnergyOr is currently seeking strategic partners to assist in commercializing our cutting-edge products and revolutionary technology" Mr. Bitton added.

About EnergyOr

EnergyOr Technologies Inc. (2002) is a Montreal-based Canadian company that develops lightweight and compact PEM fuel  cell systems for high value-added premium niche markets. Its proprietary technology is well suited for aerospace, portable  and mobile power applications, or any other application where weight is a critical requirement, including automotive.  EnergyOr develops fuel cell systems that are tailored to suit its customer's specific needs, collaborating from early in the  design process, through to system integration and product qualification.

EnergyOr was the first and only company to fly a fuel cell powered UAV in Canada (May 2007), and in December 2007,  performed the first ever fuel cell flights in Israel. In March 2009, EnergyOr integrated a fuel cell system into the Bird Eye 650  developed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and demonstrated what is believed to be the longest endurance flight of this  aircraft to date.

EnergyOr has achieved a flight of more than 10 hours with its fuel cell powered operational UAV, the FAUCON H2. The aircraft, complete with integrated avionics, executed a predetermined flight plan for 10 hours and 4 minutes, then landed  autonomously just after sunset on Friday, August 12th, 2011 in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada. In February of 2013,  EnergyOr also performed the first ever fuel cell powered UAV endurance flights in India.

EnergyOr offers fuel cell products including the EPOD line of UAV fuel cell systems, the EPAC line of portable auxiliary power units (APUs), the EDAQ fuel cell data acquisition & diagnostic system, and the HPOD hydrogen filling station. EnergyOr  provides total system solutions including custom fuel cell stacks and balance-of-plant, hydrogen delivery systems, and  complete system integration services.


Contact Information:

Michel Bitton, President and CEO
EnergyOr Technologies Inc.,
Montréal, Québec, Canada
(514) 744‐6122
www.energyor.com
mb@energyor.com
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2 responses to "ENERGYOR DEMONSTRATES MULTIROTOR UAV FLIGHT OF 3 HOURS, 43 MINUTES"
  1. James Lavoie
    January 31, 2017 31:10 PM Reply

    Looking for a tourist opportunity

  2. Larry Haley
    April 7, 2016 7:53 AM Reply

    With decades in Hi & Lo Tech Industrial Facilities, I can see your Fuel Cell Power concept & proof is a true breakthrough. To actually get utilization, I\'m focused on some inherent Practical Design flaws in you test model configuration. They are quite simple, straightforward, so I would tend to think you have already addressed them (or are in the process of doing so). Still. I really appreciate INFO on your progress to better tune efforts I am pursuing \"pre-Market\" analysis on. With Regards. Larry B. Haley LBHiTech Houston

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