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DMI partners with Hover UAV to expand business in Australia and New Zealand


Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) has partnered with an Australian company Hover UAV for joint-marketing and development of UAV solutions in Australia and New Zealand. The official partnership was made January this year with both parties expecting to expand the use of hydrogen fuel cell drone operations in Oceania.

Hover UAV is a team of experts in drone technology with lots of experience in BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) and EVLOS (extended visual line of sight) flights including coastline monitoring like shark detection and drone delivery with Wing Aviation.

Doosan Mobility Innovation is focusing on the mobile application of hydrogen fuel cell technology, which is projected to provide diverse industrial solutions and contribute to public safety with green technology. DMI’s hydrogen fuel cell multi-copter can fly for 2 hours, with remote vertical take-off and landing system. DMI has experienced long range delivery flight with 72km as the longest record in US Virgin Island with blood sample delivery done with Department of Health.

With long endurance hydrogen fuel cell drone, DMI and Hover UAV will be able to expand usage of not only drone but also hydrogen in Australia and New Zealand. In addition to coastline monitoring and delivery, in various sectors based on hydrogen fuel cell drones.