R & D

Unmanned and Manned Crafts

The initial development of Taiwan’s flying car will use hydrogen fuel cells as the power supply source. Once the linear rotary engine is successfully developed, it will be used as the system’s hydrogen internal combustion engine.

Development and layout of flying car
TFV-CFlying CarInternational
TFV-C3A3-Seater Flying CarTaiwan/International

TWFV has continued its past experience and actively developed hydrogen fuel cells in neighboring countries such as South Korea, Japan and China to make up for the lack of lithium batteries in aircraft since TWFV was established in 2021. TWFV is also in the development process before the hydrogen internal combustion engine is mature, using hydrogen fuel cells as the power source. Not only is it an environmental issue that complies with carbon emissions, but it also allows the aircraft to stay in the air longer. TWFV is also actively looking for and building an industrial chain with aerial vehicles as the core issue, accelerating the use and development of hydrogen energy, and while developing aerial vehicles, it also assumes the social responsibility of net-zero carbon emissions, and also looks forward to more industries can also work with us.


Communication and Flying Control

Developed our own flight control software using PID control theorem and fly-by-wire control, and applied the country’s top communication research and development for long-distance communication with satellites, as well as near-earth communication


氫能源應用於汽車甚至於航空器 (例如: 荷蘭的 Unified International    應用於大型航空器),而在東亞的日、韓、中也都投入 將氫能源應用於中小型無人機。台灣也有工研院以及幾家無人機廠商也已經開始使用。TWFV 也不落人後,在開發氫燃料引擎的應用以外,Fuel Cell 也是重點

01 氫燃料電池能源






02 氫內燃機


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