What Energy Storage Devices Will Power Aerospace Vehicles of Tomorrow?

What Energy Storage Devices Will Power Aerospace Vehicles of Tomorrow?

In this Intelligence Brief, we highlight novel state-of-the-art aerospace vehicles currently in development, as well as the different energy storage technologies that will be used to power them. Understanding these new capabilities and the technologies that enabled them can help industry leaders and innovators anticipate a changing landscape and evolve to meet new demands from customers.

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What Energy Storage Devices Will Power Aerospace Vehicles of Tomorrow?

The advent of new more powerful energy storage devices, enabled by advances in materials chemistry, analytics, and dedicated research, is paving the way for new applications in multiple industries. In the Aerospace & Defense sector, the adoption of these technologies is opening up new applications and markets by enabling new designs. Coupled with other emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and autonomous navigation, a proliferation of new vehicle types are starting to fly.

Included in this Intelligence Brief:

  • A detailed profile of four different aerospace vehicles of tomorrow, most of them at different stages of development, that are targeting different segments of the aerospace and defense market
  • Properties to consider when choosing batteries for aviation
  • Key technologies for storage, including applications, pros and cons, and a market overview

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