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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August 31, 2022
BUSINESS

Tuesday August 30th, the fully hydrogen-electric watertaxi ‘MSTX 22’ was christened at the Watertaxi headquarters in Rotterdam. The boat features an integrated propulsion system from Flying Fish.

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August 26, 2022
BUSINESS

We are very proud to present the SWIM hydrogen-electric water taxi at the Rotterdam World Port Days on Saturday 3th and Sunday 4th of September! Please visit SWIM at the jetty of Wijnhaven street.

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February 25, 2022
BUSINESS

We are incredibly proud to share a video of HEARP in real flight on the canals! This RC foiler features modular 3D-printed hydrofoil modules that can be arranged in different ways.

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February 1, 2022
BUSINESS

We are currently working hard to assemble the SWIM hydrogen-electric drivetrain inside the new watertaxi boat! In the photo, you see a small part of our Thermal Management System (TMS).

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October 26, 2021
BUSINESS

E-merge consortium: merging cross-sectoral know-how to develop zero emission flying ships.

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November 11, 2021
BUSINESS

We are very glad that we got the opportunity to present our work and vision for a sustainable maritime future to the Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat.

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