August 20, 2021

Testing the foiling platform for TU Delft

We are busy testing the Hydrofoil Education and Research Platform (HEARP) for the TU Delft Marine Technology department. HEARP features modular, 3D-printed hydrofoils and struts with two motion degrees of freedom. The radio-controlled boat can fly over water with an in-house developed height and rollsystem. HEARP can be modified by students and researchers, as the control system is based on existing software and hardware for aerial drones!

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