Kitemill

  • Kitemill is developing a high-altitude kite to capture wind energy via a tether and ground-based generator
  • The kite is capable of autonomous take-off, landing, and flight via an array of sensors and an algorithmically based control system
  • The company completed testing of a 5 kW pr...

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