Japan displays its dynamic drone technology


In recent years, the demand for drones has accelerated as operating systems improve and deregulate. Drone manufacturers are now focusing on efficient technology for logistics and operation at disaster sites. In Japan, “Level 4” of the drone system will begin by the end of this year.

Under this system, the system operator could fly a drone in an area where it is not visible to the operator’s eye. “TERRA LABO” conducted a research and development project on the theme of support systems in this devastated area. This drone has the ability to fly at a distance of 2000 kilometers.

“This large “Dolphin TERRA” is designed to fly 2000 km. The body of the aircraft is inevitably larger, and it allows the aircraft to carry more fuel, which allows it to fly longer distances. Our goal is to be a disaster control DX.When a wide- If a disaster occurs in the area, there is a temporary information blackout between local governments, central government and local residents and we hope to play a role by connecting them all,” said Takahide Matuura, CEO of Terra Labo. Japanese company Robodex Corporation has developed a drone that uses hydrogen for its battery.

“The Level 4 ban will be lifted to allow the operator to fly a drone in the unseen zone when the system becomes effective, it’s actually difficult to fly long distances with current batteries. So I think that “a very important point will be the ability to fly long distances using clean hydrogen. First of all, we will transport goods. We would like to start with the idea of ​​using hydrogen to reach a remote area that was originally impossible to achieve with current batteries, however, if the drone can fly for long periods of time, they can be used for various purposes, so we hope they can be used for various agricultural activities and infrastructure inspections “, said Daisuke Kaio, President of Robodex. Considering the environmental aspect, the company believes that clean fuel will be the key to flying long distances.

“Terrra Labo” places importance on disaster preparedness, especially in the Asian region. About 40% of global disasters occur in Asia. About 80% of disaster deaths worldwide occur in Asia. Therefore, if we take action against disasters in Asia, we can deal with almost half of the disasters in the world. Japan suffered a major disaster during the Great East Japan Earthquake. But we would like to spend my life creating a social implementation model in Japan using this knowledge, and then deploying this model in Asia,” said Takahide Matuura, CEO of Terra Labo. will be useful in disaster management, logistics and all other fields in the future. (ANI)

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