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Slovaks and Russians to make drones

Slovak company Litech plans to focus on the development and production of energy sources based on hydrogen-air fuel cells for the air industry and chemical hydrogen production.

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Slovaks and Russians will cooperate on technology projects for drones and energy sources. This stems from a memorandum of cooperation signed by Slovak company Litech and Russian AT Energy on February 9, 2017 in Liptovský Mikuláš.

Litech plans to focus on the development and production of energy sources based on hydrogen-air fuel cells for the air industry and chemical hydrogen production. Another area should be specialised drones driven by energy from the hydrogen-air fuel cells. They should be able to fly four hours on one fuel tank, the Techbox.sk website reported.

AT Energy is an innovation company that owns a number of technologies and produces hydrogen-air fuel cells, as well as develops the end products and articles based thereon.

Litech is a technology company which is engaged in the introduction of new technologies and developments in the European Union.

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