Airbus needs external investments to implement a program for the production of high-altitude drones solar-powered. The aircraft corporation commissioned the management of finding investors to create drones called Zephyr is a banking holding company of Morgan Stanley.

This is reported by Bloomberg.

The unit where Zephyr will be developed was renamed Aalto. Airbus and then his share will belong. Thus, the company hopes to accelerate the implementation of the program for the creation of drones.

Zephyr will be able to hang for a long time, almost without moving, at an altitude of more than 21 thousand meters. Airbus plans to make them a cheaper alternative to conventional satellites. They will perform border patrols, monitor natural disasters and forest fires, and provide mobile coverage.

Earlier, we reported that Amazon would deliver orders using MK27-2 drones.