March 2023: First successful system test with hydrogen With thorough testing of our fuel cell system on the ground, we can simulate the operation in the drone during flight. MORE 〉 First successful system test with hydrogen Exciting news about our progress: Our team has achieved a major milestone in our journey towards developing sustainable and eco-friendly aviation technology. After extensive planning and preparation, we have successfully tested our fuel cell system with hydrogen for the first time. It's amazing how much electrical energy can be generated from just a few grams of hydrogen, and we're excited about the potential this holds for the future of aviation. January 2023: LEVITUM presents project at Future Slam The Future Slam of the "Deutsches Museum" and 1E9 gives a platform to promising ideas that could change our future. MORE 〉 LEVITUM presents project at Future Slam 2023 Our student initiative recently presented our hydrogen eVTOL drone at the 2023 Future Slam at the German Museum. The project was well received and praised for its potential to revolutionize aviation with a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative. Our team is dedicated to creating technology that benefits both the environment and society. We are excited to continue developing the project and sharing updates in the future. November 2022: LEVITUM achieves first fully autonomous mission With access to a new airfield in Hallbergmoos, we have the space for new tests. MORE 〉 November 2022: LEVITUM achieves first fully autonomous mission In November 2022, our battery prototype successfully completed its first fully autonomous mission. The mission involved navigating to various waypoints, demonstrating the prototype's ability to fly on its own. This is a major milestone for our project and highlights the progress we've made towards creating a reliable and autonomous system. We're excited to continue testing and refining our technology to bring our vision for sustainable aviation closer to reality. October 2022: LEVITUM increases teamsize to 38 members To push the project forward faster, we launched a successful recruiting phase to onboard motivated students. MORE 〉 October 2022: LEVITUM increases teamsize to 38 members Exciting news! Our team has grown by 15 new members in October. We are proud to welcome the new members to our team and are eager to work together to advance our project. This growth reflects the increasing interest and support for our vision of sustainable aviation. We believe that with a larger and more diverse team, we can achieve even greater progress and impact.