Microsoft, Doosan Mobility Innovation Sign Agreement to Develop Solutions for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drones

By January 13, 2020 3   min read  (472 words)

January 13, 2020 |

Microsoft Doosan Agreement Jan 2020
  • Strategic Partnership between Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drone Solution at CES 2020, Las Vegas, USA

Las Vegas – Microsoft will launch its cloud and AI-based mobile hydrogen fuel cell drones at Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) and CES 2020 on August 8 (local time in Las Vegas, USA). Strategic partnership for software development and business collaboration.

In order to achieve synergy by combining technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT), we will target the market together by developing and co-selling drone software and monitoring solutions.

Through this, Doosan Group plans to carry out digital transformation in the hydrogen fuel cell business, the new growth engine of Doosan Group, and increase its competitiveness in the industrial drone market, which is expected to grow by about 8 trillion and 500 billion won by 2025.

Representatives such as DMI representative Lee Doo-soon and vice president of Microsoft Korea Woo Mi-young attended the agreement.

The collaboration will enable Microsoft to leverage advanced solutions such as Azure IoT, machine learning, and AI. Utilizing high energy density hydrogen fuel cell technology, DMI’s hydrogen fuel cell drones can fly for 2 hours, and when Azure IoT Hub is applied, it connects to billions of devices to collect and analyze vast data information. This is possible.

For example, a drone-mounted camera enables precise shots of hundreds of thousands of panels in one flight and maps hundreds of captured images into one to diagnose defects in the solar panel through Azure machine learning and take action in real-time. Give an alarm to take. In addition, it provides a dashboard for real-time monitoring of vital information such as drone’s hydrogen level, consumption output, battery charge status, temperature, etc. through Azure IoT service, helping to efficiently maintain and manage solar power plants.

In addition, Microsoft’s most advanced technologies, such as Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Machine Learning, Azure Web App, and Azure Function, include public, manufacturing, infrastructure, and mining technologies. And various industries such as construction site management, enrichment industry, logistics, and distribution.

DMI CEO Lee Doo-soon said, “We plan to develop customized solutions by combining the world’s latest technology with Doosan’s hydrogen fuel cell drones that exceed the limits of the existing drone flight time.” We will actively enter the global market with our hands. ”

Woo Mi-young, vice president of Microsoft Enterprise Commercial Division, said, “We hope that this agreement will increase the competitiveness of Doosan Mobility Innovation’s mobile hydrogen fuel cell drones and software and expand global business opportunities.”

Meanwhile, the mobile hydrogen fuel cell drone won the ‘Best of Innovation’ at the ‘CES 2020 Innovation Awards’ and the fuel cell power pack received the ‘Honoree’ technology. It will be recognized, and it will take the opportunity to open up global markets such as the US and China.

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