Mesodyne’s power generator reduces the battery load of researchers and infrastructure operators relying on remote unmanned instrumentation, dismounted warfighters, and operators using unmanned aerial vehicles by 75% resulting in increased capability and cost savings.
Developed at MIT’s Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies and incubated at Argonne National Lab, the technology converts fuel to electricity in the 1-300 W range.
Its small form factor with ultra high energy density of 800-1000 Wh/kg far surpasses even state-of-the-art batteries.
Its multifuel operation requires no special fuels and is JP-8 compatible, unlike fuel cells.
Its silent and static conversion process has virtually no moving parts, unlike conventional generators which are loud and bulky.
Its ready-to-go operation means no downtime, long shelf life, and no sunlight needed.