As you can see for yourself, MicroMultiCopter (MMC) is doing some legitimately interesting development at its factory in Shenzhen, China: hydrogen fuel cells as a power source for drones, interchangeable (and innovative!) payload modules, all based on large multirotor platforms that are designed to do real work.
To my surprise, they invited me to spend 14 hours in an aluminum tube – otherwise known as an Airbus A330 – to come see it for myself and to share it with all of you. To dispense with any pretense of being a “neutral observer,” I'll let you know straight away: I like what they are doing, and I'm excited about the opportunity to bring it here to the United States and test it.
I'll be posting several more videos from my trip to China in the coming days, and you can read about my trip in an upcoming issue of Drone360. Stay tuned!