Always wanted an electric jetpack? If so, then meet the SkyPak V1 by Ascend Dynamics. The prototype has a wooden frame due to the fact that it needs to be sturdy enough to hold a dummy pilot during the testing phase.
It is currently equipped with a 50V, 36.4-Ah, 1.82-kWh lithium-polymer battery that is good for around 2-minutes of flight. What comes next? Skypak V2 of course, which is going to utilize larger propellers that will be shielded for maximum safety, while its total weight without a pilot would be approximately 100-pounds. Eventually, the wooden frame will be replaced with a carbon fiber one and then a more powerful motor should take the place of the current one, enabling it to fly with up to a 300-pound payload.
- Light as a Smartphone - Weighing less than 0 55lbs / 249 grams, DJI Mini SE is roughly the same weight as the smartphone. In the United States and Canada, you can fly this camera drone without the need to register your drone with the local government.
- Capture on the Go - The lightweight and powerful DJI Mini SE camera drone is the ideal for creators on the move. The ultra-portable design allows you to effortlessly capture moments in unforgettable ways.
- More Time in the Sky - DJI Mini SE's weight allows it to stay in the air longer than similar consumer drones on the market. Enjoy up to 30 minutes of flight time with a fully-charged battery.
- Capture the Detail - DJI Mini SE supports 12MP aerial photos and 2.7K HD videos. A 3-axis motorized gimbal provides superior camera stability and ensures clear ultra-smooth footage.
- Upgraded Wind Resistance - DJI Mini SE can resist 29-38kph winds and take off at a max altitude of 4,000 meters, so your footage is stable even when flying along a windy coastline or high above an alpine forest.
The ability to interact with objects while in flight opens up a host of possibilities such as inspections or maintenance on hard to access places. Additionally, the clear field of view and ability to fly into normally inaccessible areas will benefit search and rescue responders,” said the company.