Users control the H-ROVER via their smartphone, tablet or PC, viewing a real-time video feed from its LED-equipped Bluetooth video camera
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies has unveiled its H-ROVER – a camera-equipped, fuel cell-powered, remote-control tracked model vehicle
The i-H2GO's upgrades include an Android/iOS-compatible smartphone-based gyroscopic remote control, higher top speed, and a better control system
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies' i-H2GO fuel cell-powered car, and its fueling station
The i-H2GO is priced at $129 – non-HYDROFILL refueling station included – and should begin shipping in March
The H-ROVER is powered by two HYDROSTIK hydrogen fuel cells, and an onboard super-capacitor
It’s probably safe to say that most of us will never get the chance to operate a Mars rover. While it is now possible to purchase remote-control miniature buggies with onboard cameras, most of them still seem like ... well, like toys. The H-ROVER, however, is a little different. Looking like it would be right at home trundling across the Martian topsoil, the little tracked vehicle is powered by a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell and super-capacitor system.
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