Originally Posted by Blimpman
I have covered all bases.
This is not rocket science.
I have 10 hours of battery power, 8 hours fuel on board and 125 sq ft of ad space full video down link and autonomous capability and I am completely mobile fully inflated so I have minimal helium cost. I am not sure how much better you can get in this class.
What you listed is just a fraction of what is needed to make a blimp a complete system. The FAA requires allot more back up and safety precautions than what is on your blimp. We are in the progress of getting our complete line of blimps certified by the FAA under the experimental class. This is a very long and exhausting task, but in the end we will have the only FAA certified unmanned blimps on the market.