Current aircraft technologies succeed in remaining safe and stable in the sky thanks to has been a necessary process of expelling fuel. The Aeros Pelicanto Airship, however, demonstrates breakthroughs in the technology of flight which avoids that need to release gases in order to remain at a cruising altitude.
The company has developed Control of Static Heaviness, or COSH, which is a compressions system for helium. Fine-tuned pressurized tanks store the precious gas and enable the area within the inner membrane of the blimp to adjust weight depending on the required response to the airplane's elevation.
The implications for the Aeros Pelicanto Airship translate to fewer atmospheric emissions and wasted resources by machines of flight. Come a few years' time, similar technologies may be used for commercial airbuses.
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