Israeli drone manufacturer Hydrones has developed a new hydrogen-powered drone H2D55, capable of lifting a 25 kg payload for 145 minutes and flying at a speed of about 90 km per hour. This development will allow for extended flight times, increased payloads, and faster flight speeds, making it suitable for a wide range of applications including search and rescue, delivery and surveying.With a lifting capacity of up to 25 kilos, the drone can carry a wide range of payloads, from medical supplies to industrial equipment, and deliver them to hard-to-reach locations. Moreover, with a flight time of 145 minutes and a speed of about 90 km per hour, the drone can cover larger areas and respond quickly to emergencies, making it an essential tool for search and rescue missions or large-scale surveying projects.H2D55 is the first in a planned lineup of three hydrogen-fueled drones that will be released over the next year, and that the models coming later this year will have additional flight time and payload capacity.Hydrones also has three models of drones powered by batteries. These models meet the IP67 standard, meaning they are resistant to dust and water and can operate in extreme weather conditions. They can fly at a speed of 110 km per hour, making them among the fastest drones on the market.