SOFC are being adopted in one of the country’s harshest environments because they deliver on reliable uptimes and incredible fuel efficiency
San Luis Obispo, Calif., Aug. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Edge Autonomy, a leader in unmanned and autonomous technology, announced today that it has acquired Adaptive Energy (or “the Company”), a globally recognized designer and manufacturer of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) for backup, off grid and UAV power. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Video filmed from Penguin C UAV using Epsilon 140 payload demonstrates small object Moving Target Indicator function (MTI Advanced). Without this feature, it would be difficult or even impossible for a human operator to detect the movement.
Our 450W propane-powered Defender Series fuel cell provides a sixfold increase in mission duration compared to battery-only systems. And propane is so efficient that the fuel cell can replace 90% of onboard batteries.
San Luis Obispo, CA, February 22, 2022 – UAV Factory, a leader in unmanned and autonomous technology, announced today that the Company has rebranded and will go to market as Edge Autonomy following its recent merger with Jennings Aeronautics (“JAI”). Edge Autonomy brings together two of the world’s leading small unmanned aerial vehicle platforms and camera payload manufacturers, and represents a new chapter for a unified, innovation-driven company to lead the market in multi-domain unmanned and autonomous systems applications.
U.S. Commercial Service selects the SOFC manufacturer to join the prestigious cohort of Michigan companies looking to enter global markets
Adaptive Energy recognized at Dubai event for unique propane fuel cell technology that provides backup and offgrid power for rail crossings, remote radio networks, weather aviation cameras and other critical infrastructure