The generator will eliminate the need to carry multiple batteries for the radio, lights, camera system, and any other electrical accessory. Ordinarily, the blimp is delivered with one set of flight batteries (2) and one starter battery with chargers for each.
In addition, the client would not have to charge several packs at different voltages requiring different types of chargers. If the client plans to fly all day, he or she must invest in several battery sets to be replaced every other flight (every 30 to 45 minutes).
This introduces downtime between flights, and opens the possibility for miscalculation due to the constant monitoring of batteries being replaced. With addition of the generator, the client is free to add accessories such as a camera system, illumination for the bag, and navigation lights, among other electrical accessories -- without the requiring the addition of more batteries.
This has the spillover benefit of reducing weight requirements, in instances where there is the need to support numerous electrical features.
The biggest advantage would be the improvement in flight time, as battery drain will typically limit uptime more than fuel capacity. We expect that a generator would allow flight times to extend from an average of 30 minutes to two hours and beyond.