All About Energy Density in Aviation
We have electric cars, electric scooters, and electric bikes — what about electric aircrafts? Is battery technology ready for electric applications in aviation? The issue lies in energy density, as flying requires a lot of energy that traditional batteries can’t yet provide.
A Comprehensive Guide to Energy Density in Wearables
Wearable technology, in the form of hands-free devices, exchanges data using Wi-FI or Bluetooth. These devices, performing important functions across industries and applications, require power, which comes with questions about energy density.
Energy Density in Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
UAS need power to fly and to perform other operations like using cameras or radar. If a UAS needs to be continually brought down to refuel or recharge due to low energy density, it is not being used to its full capabilities.