12/13/18

ScanEagle Unmanned Aerial System Proves Valuable for Firefighting Crews at Northern California’s Camp Fire

Insitu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, assisted from the air in the firefight against the Camp Fire in Northern California, now deemed the deadliest, most destructive wildfire in California’s history. By Press - 12 December 2018 Read More »

12/13/18

Insitu UAS proves invaluable for firefighters in California

APPLICATION BUSINESS EMERGENCY SERVICES HEADLINE NEWS UNITED STATES by ALEX DOUGLAS on DECEMBER 13, 2018 The ScanEagle UAS provided vital information to firefighters working against the Camp Fire in California, according to Boeing subsidiary, Insitu. The firm deployed its ScanEagle UAS alongside the TacitView and Cataline software payload to gather information to assist the firefighters in their efforts. Read More »

12/12/18

Minnesota native helped fly unique drone over California wildfires

December 04, 2018 06:12 PM 11 people are still missing after wildfires ravaged parts of California. More than 85 people have died in the country's deadliest wildfires in 100 years. It took a lot of manpower to finally get the fires under control, and a Minnesota native played a unique role. Read More »

12/12/18

From Dolphins to Destroyers: The ScanEagle UAV

November 26/18: MEUAS / ISR The US Special Operations Command is modifying a contract with Insitu. The additional $18 million cover mid-endurance intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services under the MEUAS 1.5B program. Nov 26, 2018 04:58 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff Latest update Read More »

12/12/18

U.S. Coast Guard, Royal Canadian Navy offload more than 5,100 pounds of seized cocaine

Crew members from the Coast Guard Pacific Tactical Law Enforcement Team offloads approximately 5,100 pounds of suspected cocaine from The Royal Canadian Navy HMCS Edmonton at Naval Base San Diego Dec. 7th, 2018. The contraband was seized by Coast Guard and Canadian Navy crews working together during counterdrug operations in the Eastern Pacific. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Fireman Taylor Bacon/released) HOMEMEDIA NEWS By U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area Read More »

12/12/18

Coast Guard Wants to Deploy Insitu-Built UAS on National Security Cutters

Adm. Karl Schultz, commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, has said the military service should equip all of its national security cutters with the ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system to aid in maritime operations, Military.com reported Monday. Posted By: Nichols Martinon: December 11, 2018In: C4ISR, News Read More »

12/12/18

Unmanned Aerial System Proves Valuable for Firefighting Crews at Northern California’s Camp Fire

NEWS PROVIDED BY Insitu 07:00 ET BINGEN, Washington, Dec. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Insitu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, assisted from the air in the firefight against the Camp Fire in Northern California, now deemed the deadliest, most destructive wildfire in California's history. Read More »

12/12/18

Coast Guard wants cutters to get these high-tech drones

All Coast Guard National Security Cutters should have ScanEagle drones aboard and available for launch to boost high seas surveillance and aid in drug interdictions and arrests, according to Commandant Adm. Karl Schultz. NEWS Military.com Richard Sisk Dec. 11, 2018 10:56AM EST Read More »

12/12/18

The Coast Guard wants to put these high-tech drones on all its cutters to help shut down drug runners at sea

Flight test pilot Alex Gustafson carries an Insitu ScanEagle unmanned aircraft in preparation for a flight in Arlington, Ore., Tuesday, March 26, 2013. (AP Photo/Don Ryan) • The US Coast Guard leadership wants to outfit all of its national security cutters with ScanEagle drones. • During testing last year, these high-tech drones helped Coast Guard personnel arrest 10 drug traffickers and seize nearly two tons of contraband worth an estimated $55 million. • "I'd like to see every national security cutter have one on the back," Commandant Admiral Karl Schultz told reporters last week. Read More »

12/10/18

SOCOM’s long-term drone program

The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has just awarded an $18 million contract to Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing, as part of the MEUAS III unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) program. by Stavros Atlamazoglou · December 2, 2018 Read More »

11/06/18

Persistent Systems’ MPU5 radio to be integrated into ScanEagle

Insitu will incorporate Persistent Systems’ Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network (MANET) technology into its line of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including the ScanEagle, ScanEagle2, ScanEagle3, Integrator, and RQ-21A Blackjack. Geoff Fein, Washington, DC - Jane's International Defence Review Read More »

11/05/18

BOEING AND ISRAEL AGREE TO LUCRATIVE RECIPROCAL SPENDING AGREEMENT

Boeing is competing for a Defense Ministry tender which could result in billions of dollars flying into Israel's economy throughout the next decade. Read More »

11/01/18

Mobile ad-hoc networking (MANET) for unmanned aircraft

NEW YORK – Unmanned aircraft designer Insitu in Bingen, Wash., needed mobile ad-hoc networking (MANET) capability for the company's ScanEagle, ScanEagle2, ScanEagle3, Integrator, and RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). They found their solution from Persistent Systems LLC in New York. Read More »

10/31/18

Flexrotor Drone exercises the Alticam Super-EO

Aerovel's Flexrotor demonstrates Hood Technology's telescope turret on a pre-delivery flight for Precision Integrated Read More »

10/31/18

Insitu and partners progress payload offerings

Alongside its recently launched ScanEagle 3, Insitu is evolving its payload capabilities for its family of unmanned solutions with new technologies on the horizon. Read More »

10/31/18

Insitu Unveils New ID-Capable Unmanned Aircraft Camera

10 October 2018 Aviation Today reports that Insitu unveiled a new UAV, the Alticam-14, which has “video imaging capability high enough in quality to positively identify people from the air.” According to Insitu Director of Defense Programs Keith Hirschman, speaking Tuesday at the Association of the US Army’s annual convention, the enhanced intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities will be available for the Integrator, Integrator extended range, and RQ-21A Blackjack UAVs. Hirschman “said that the Alticam-14 is better than a 9 on the national imagery interpretability rating scale (NIIRS).” Read More »

10/31/18

Integrator Extended Range UAV

Integrator Extended Range (ER) is an advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed and manufactured by Insitu, a company based in the US. It is an enhanced version of the Integrator unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The Integrator ER UAV was officially unveiled by Insitu at the Air, Space & Cyber Conference (ASC) 2018, organised by the Air Force Association (AFA) at National Harbor, Washington, US, in September 2018. Designed to address the unmanned aerial mission requirements of militaries across the world, the UAV is tailored to perform a range of missions including maritime patrol, search-and-rescue (SAR), signal intelligence (SIGNIT), intelligence gathering, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and target designation missions. Read More »

10/31/18

With 11 tons of seized drugs, US Coast Guard asks for more ScanEagle drones

The Coast Guard has good reason to be excited about the potential of the ScanEagle and the improvement of drone capabilities. Read More »

10/31/18

Insitu wins contract to provide sUAS ISR Services aboard NSC fleet

Insitu has been awarded a contract to provide small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) ISR services aboard the Coast Guard’s National Security Cutter fleet. Read More »

10/31/18

Coast Guard awards $117M drone contract

Boeing’s Insitu subsidiary has won a five-year, $117 million contract to help deploy small unmanned aircraft across the Coast Guard's fleet of National Security Cutter ships. Read More »

01/28/15

Andy von Flotow, Insitu Honored as Gorge Tech Leader, Organization of the Year

The Gorge Technology Alliance (GTA) held its second annual awards program on December 16, 2014, recognizing Andy von Flotow of Hood Technology as the 2014 GTA Technology Leader of the Year and Insitu as the 2014 GTA Technology Organization of the Year. Read More »

10/07/14

Hood Tech Vision Introduces Ultra-Stabilized EO Imaging Payload with Ultra-Low SWaP for Small UAS

April 8, 2014 – Hood River, OR – Hood Tech Vision, a leading manufacturer of stabilized imaging payloads for small unmanned and manned systems, announces the new Alticam 05EO5 turret. Read More »

10/07/14

Hood Tech Vision Announces Delivery of 1,200 Stabilized MWIR UAV Payloads

April 28, 2014 – Hood River, OR – Hood Tech Vision, a leading manufacturer of stabilized imaging payloads for small and mid-sized unmanned and manned systems, celebrates the benchmark delivery of 1,200 cooled, midwave-infrared (MWIR) airborne payloads. Read More »

09/09/14

Hood Tech Vision to Demonstrate New Alticam 05EO5, 4-Axis Stabilized Imaging Payload at AUVSI 2014.

Hood Tech Vision, a leading manufacturer of stabilized imaging payloads for small unmanned and manned systems, will be demonstrating the recently introduced Alticam 05EO5, a 4-axis stabilized imaging payload for small to medium unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2014 in Orlando, Florida, booth #847. Read More »

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