Flowcopter Utility Uncrewed Aerial Vehicle (uUAV) Takes Flight in Denmark

Flowcopter have successfully demonstrated their heavylift utility UAV, the FC100, in outdoor
flight trials at the UAS Denmark Test Center at Hans Christian Andersen Airport in Odense.

The FC100 was born out of the need for robust, heavy payload uncrewed platforms with greater
endurance, in markets traditionally requiring helicopters such as search and rescue,
remote/offshore logistics and humanitarian aid.

“We are returning home with our technical readiness tests completed and will be implementing
a design freeze to share this model with several interested clients,” says Technical Director at
Flowcopter, Uwe Stein.

Hans Christian Andersen Airport is a world-class location for the testing and development of
drone technologies and the Flowcopter flight team based themselves at the Test Centre over the
course of a week of flight testing.

“We are happy and proud that Flowcopter has chosen HCA Airport and UAS Denmark Test Centre
as its European test base. It underlines that we can offer a strong combination of good test
facilities and easy access to getting your drone in the air,” says Michael Larsen, Head of UAS
Denmark Test Centre.

Flowcopter’s novel technology uses a lightweight hydraulic drive train already proven in harsh
environments to deliver a completely new class of aircraft. Part of an initial production batch of
3, Flowcopter believes that the FC100 answers the demand for greater utility in net zero-ready
UAVs, with a headline capability of moving 100kg of cargo for a 200 km round trip.

Peter McCurry, Flowcopter Managing Director commented: “I am delighted that we could
showcase our FC100 to European customers and for the reception and resounding endorsement
we received. We are confident in the robust performance of our uUAV and its application-rich
utility. We have now moved our attention to expanding the production capacity at our
manufacturing base.”

Flowcopter are planning to enter production soon, with the company already receiving strong
interest from customers in different vertical markets including offshore wind farm operations,
agriculture and urban air mobility (UAM).

To find out more about Flowcopter visit www.flowcopter.com

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