The company Williams Advanced Engineering announced a collaboration with one of the largest aircraft companies in the world – Airbus.
This cooperation is to transfer the high technology of F1 and innovations in space exploration for Airbus.
The collaboration will focus on integrating ultralight materials, technologies batteries and electrochemical cells the program of the Airbus Zephyr High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS).
Zephyr – ultra-light unmanned aerial vehicle, which is powered by solar panels.
“Airbus – synonymous with innovation and high technologies in their field, – said the managing Director of Williams Advanced Engineering Craig Wilson. – We are pleased to begin working with them on this project.
Hope we will share our experience in electrification, battery technology and the use of ultralight materials, and will be able to use the experience of the aerospace industry.”
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