We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy. Read our policy. ISS Aerospace, the UK’s leading developer of autonomous aerial systems, has unveiled the Sensus, a pioneering, modular hydrogen fuel cell UAV platform. Designed for a range of surveying and environmental monitoring applications, the Sensus is the first ‘off-the-shelf’ UAV of its kind – providing an adaptable, modular platform that can be fitted with multiple sensors and payloads to suit a wide range of requirements. The platform comes complete with ultra-lightweight, carbon composite gas cylinders from AMS Composite Cylinders. Weighing just 7kg, and powered by an air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell module developed by Intelligent Energy, the Sensus will be available with a variety of payload and cylinder options – offering flight times of up to 120 minutes when using a three litre AMS cylinder. Ryan Kempley, CEO and Founder of ISS Aerospace, commented, “Sensus is a unique proposition, offering a versatile, off-the-shelf platform that can be adapted to meet the requirements of a wide range of surveying applications, in chall...