Global Energy Transmission Corporation (GET) has introduced groundbreaking technology
that finally solves the problem of limited electric drone flight times of just 15 to 30 minutes
before batteries must be recharged or swapped. GET’s distance wireless power solution
makes electric flight time limits thing of the past.
Recently GET published video that reveals details of its technology and demonstrates how
it can work in real life
GET has patented technology that generates a safe, low frequency, large area (about 10 m
in diameter) power hotspot that can transfer up to 12 kW at up to 80% efficiency to
quickly (several minutes) recharge drones while in flight.
Drones simply hover for a short time in one of our large area power hotspots, which can be
installed kilometres apart along flight routes, and inside.
GET’s turnkey solution enables battery-powered drones to fly forever recharging by briefly
hovering across a network of power hotspots spread kilometres apart. The fully
autonomous GET Air Platform combines Ground station for wireless power transmission
and commercial grade drones equipped with built-in GET technologies, including onboard
lightweight Wireless Power Receiving system and Rapid Battery Charging pack.
The company is accepting pre-orders for delivery of its turnkey solution starting October
2018! The full specification you can be found on the company website www.getcorp.com.
Don’t miss a chance to meet GET team at Drone Berlin on September 25-26.
About Global Energy Transmission
GET is US-based company GET is the world leader in distance wireless power transmission.
An electrically powered drone can recharge and fly indefinitely via efficient safe high
power in-flight rapid recharging in a GET power hotspot. The company’s distance wireless
charging technologies uniquely enable drone delivery and many other industrial
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