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New lithium batteries developed by the United States will be used in Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the future.

according to the report of the U.S. military aerospace electronics station in mid April 2011, unmanned military aircraft equipped with lithium-ion batteries have made further development and won a new U.S. air force contract to design more durable and cheaper batteries containing minerals

military industry analysts believe that lithium-ion batteries are a major and stable source of power for small and medium-sized mechanical operations. The success of continuous research means that lithium-ion batteries may return your work to normal and win consumers with lower prices and stronger efficacy than some current products

the air force awarded ADA technology a $750000 contract to research and develop new micro material power systems for small or micro unmanned systems. The various military future UAS that can be seen today are less controversial than manned aircraft. At the same time, lithium-ion batteries are regarded as a green technology because they can be recharged irregularly

the lithium ion in the battery moves from the negative pole to the positive pole when discharging, and vice versa when charging, not long after. Pure lithium batteries cannot be recharged, making global garbage. Unlike lithium-ion batteries, its chemical electronic crystal is inserted with lithium mixture, and the electrode material is lithium metal

lithium ion batteries are becoming more and more common in consumer electronics. However, for military equipment, especially unmanned equipment, these batteries need to be strengthened and slow down the release of energy. Military experts pointed out that when batteries are widely used in the military, they need cheaper batteries than household appliances

ada indicates that it has formulated the medium and long-term energy technology development strategy and development plan to 2020, and will manufacture lithium-ion batteries with high cost performance and easy production to meet the power generation and storage needs of military UAS. In the next research stage, it will jointly tackle key problems with southwest nano technology company, which is mainly engaged in the production of unmanned lithium-ion batteries

military UAS may perform various indoor or outdoor tasks, so it needs to have high mobility and portability. Most of the possible uses of UAS require a long flight time

currently, high-end lithium-ion batteries cannot provide enough energy within the size required by the military. Therefore, in order to provide the UAV with the energy required to perform the established tasks, it is necessary to significantly improve the energy and energy density of lithium-ion batteries

ada indicates that significant progress has been made in the development of Advanced Micro composite electrodes for lithium-ion batteries in the first stage of the research on improving the flight arc of casting football. This electrode has greater energy and energy density, and its life cycle and safety are also higher than those of current art-class lithium-ion batteries

the next research stage will focus on the establishment of electrode synthesis protocols and the relevant levels of electrode treatment. Finally, the project will realize the design, production, demonstration and verification of the full-scale prototype of lithium-ion battery integrated into the military UAS

the in-depth study of lithium ion as a high-capacity energy source has triggered the global demand for lithium. Some Latin American countries led by Chile welcome investment in the exploitation of lithium mineral resources

the fierce competition among automobile manufacturers using lithium-ion batteries as power has led to the rise of lithium prices

perhaps before cars powered by lithium-ion batteries run smoothly on the road, lighter UAVs may have begun to consider carrying out transportation missions in a suitable environment, taking it as the main power source, and decided to develop the full potential of this metal

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