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AUVSI 2016: Power to make its point

27th April 2016 - 12:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in London

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South Korean company Kokam launched their new range of unmanned vehicle capable high energy battery solutions on 26 April, days before the start of the Xponential in New Orleans on 2 May.

The solutions are based on its Ultra-High Energy Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC) battery technology and produce an energy density of 265 Watt hours per kilogram, enabling military and commercial unmanned vehicle operators the potential for increased energy provision.

‘Military, commercial and industrial customers want unmanned systems with longer operating times and more capabilities, without sacrificing reliability or performance,’ said Ike Hong, vice president of Kokam’s Power Solutions Division,

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