Wave Labs has joined hands with Doosan
To sign a business agreement to develop long-range RF modules for hydrogen dron
Financial Reporter Cho Mi-Youn
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Wave Labs, a mid-sized company, will participate in the development of hydrogen drones with Doosan affiliates.
Wave Labs Co., Ltd. (CEO Ahn Sung-hyuk) and Doosan Mobility Innovation Co., Ltd. (CEO Lee Doo-soon, DMI) announced on the 26th that they signed a business agreement on the development of radio frequency (RF) modules for long-distance communication of hydrogen fuel cell drones at DMI headquarters on the 25th.
The main contents of the business agreement include the development of RF modules for long-distance communication of hydrogen drones, technical support, development of hydrogen drone tracking antenna systems, and exploration of markets for hydrogen drones.
RF Module communication technology developed by Wave Labs allows existing drones to fly long distances up to 40 kilometers, exceeding those within 10 kilometers. We are currently working on technical certification related to this.
DMI hydrogen fuel cell drones can fly for 20 to 30 minutes for most drones, but they can fly for two hours in a row. Thus, he won the Best Innovation Award at CES2020 and was recognized for his technical skills.
Ahn Sung-hyuk, CEO of Wave Labs, said, "With this agreement with DMI, we will make efforts to become a leading company in drone business, which is the core of the fourth industry that will be responsible for the nation's future." In addition, we will focus on securing technical skills and strengthening corporate competitiveness through continuous R&D investment.
Meanwhile, Wave Labs is preparing to mass-produce RF module products with a goal of 50,000 in 2020, 100,000 in 2021, and 500,000 in 2022 by developing markets in South Korea and abroad.