Skai, the world’s very first air mobility system powered by hydrogen fuel cells was recently unveiled by Alakai’s Technologies. The rather simple and yet revolutionary energy solution is specifically designed to eliminate complexities and provide an air mobility solution that’s truly clean from start to finish.
Hydrogen-Powered Air Mobility With a Range of 400 Miles
Skai has a sleek, uncluttered, and minimalistic design combined with a safe and radically simple electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL). With all these features and a fuel source system running solely on hydrogen fuel cells, Skai will transform how our world moves by being the most versatile, cleanest, and safest air mobility solution the world will ever know.
World debut of the @Alakaitech #Skai hydrogen fuel cell powered #aircraft. Goal of bringing #zeroemission travel to airspace. 400 mile range, 5 passengers, goal of simplicity #FCEV @SkaiGlobal #green pic.twitter.com/9RWIWJ8DmE
— Nicolas Stecher (@man_vs_himself) May 29, 2019
Skai was developed by a team comprised of members recognized nationally as experts on the aerospace field, as well as engineers, and seasoned pilots who have worked in top-level positions at Cirrus, Beech, DayJet, Raytheon, NASA, and the Department of Defense. Their collaboration is run by a vision of providing a solution to some of the most urgent global challenges across the world which include the environment, energy, and transportation.
“This remarkably impressive team have come together to build on our collective experience to finally realize our singular, critical vision to launch Skai and transform transportation,” said Brian Morrison, Co-Founder, President and Chief Technology Officer of Alaka’i Technologies. “Skai offers practical, real-life solutions to everything from relieving traffic congestion to delivering supplies during natural disasters. Skai is set to offer affordable, realistic applications in the commercial, private, freight, and personal air mobility markets.”