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Most drones can stay in the air for a limited amount of time. An aircraft time of more than 30 minutes is rare. After that, the vehicles must be in the power outlet for a charging of one to two hours. A larger battery is not a solution right away, because then the drone becomes too heavy. So far, this meant a major handicap for the further development of drones in many professional sectors. The Evergem technology company, iN²POWER, is now finding the solution: a wireless charging system for drones.
IN²POWER launches wireless charging of drones and AGVs (auto-controlled vehicles).