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Improved Nighttime Imagery on NightEagle UAS
26 August, 2010
Upgraded Mid-Wave infrared imaging system fitted to the NightEagle unmanned aircraft system from Insitu delivering improved aerial night vision to ground based troops
Navy Orders Integrator Unmanned Aircraft Systems From Insitu
02 August, 2010
Tactical UAS to fulfil part of the US Navy and Marine Corps requirement for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance systems
ScanEagle Achieves Combat Hours Milestone With Canadian Forces
04 June, 2010
Canadian military departments have clocked 17,000 combat hours with the ScanEagle Unmanned Aircraft System operating in a wide range of environments on various reconnaissance and surveillance missions
Combat Flight Record for ScanEagle UAS
03 May, 2010
The ScanEagle Unmanned Aircraft System from Insitu has reached a landmark 300,000 hours of combat flight breaking records for small tactical class systems
ScanEagle UAS Performing Flood Plain Surveillance Over Red River
29 March, 2010
Insitu is working with the University of North Dakota on flood plain surveillance in response to flood threat in the North Dakota and Minnesota border region
Synthetic-Aperture Radar Payload for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
25 February, 2010
The ScanEagle and Integrator unmanned aircraft systems from Insitu now benefit from the availability of NanoSAR for high resolution imaging in poor visibility
Successful UAS Heavy Fuel Engine flight test
04 February, 2010
The Integrator unmanned aerial system from Insitu has undergone flight trials using the electronic fuel injection heavy fuel engine for improved mission performance at high altitudes
Fuel injection improves performance of unmanned aerial system engines
25 January, 2010
Insitu’s heavy fuel engine now has the ability to be fitted with electronic fuel injection to provide field upgrades enabling performance improvements in existing UAS fleets
Bandit Digital Data Link succeeds in UAV flight test
21 December, 2009
The Integrator Unmanned Aircraft System has flight tested the Bandit digital data link from L-3 Communications Systems – West in trials to supply ground forces with real-time data streams
UAV launch and recovery system demonstration
11 December, 2009
Insitu has successfully demonstrated its SkyHook wing-tip recovery system for unamanned aircraft including a powerful launch system to enable both take-off and landing in difficult terrain without needing runways
Navy Contract for ScanEagle Services
07 June, 2008
Insitu Inc. and Boeing have been awarded a $65 million contract to provide continuing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) services through the ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system.
Insitu - NanoSAR flight tested aboardScanEagle UA
06 April, 2008
The Boeing Company in partnership with ImSAR and Insitu Inc., has successfully flight-tested NanoSAR, the world's smallest Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), aboard the ScanEagle unmanned aircraft (UA).
Insitu - US Navy test flies Scan Eagle
05 April, 2008
The Naval Unmanned Systems Integration Activity (NUSIA) teamed with NAWCWD’s Unmanned Systems Technical Project Office and conducted a successful initial flight of the first unmanned Scan Eagle test vehicle owned by the Navy on Feb. 29 at China Lake.
Boeing-Insitu ScanEagle UAV Achieves 10,000 Flight Hours in Support of Australian Army Operations
11 February, 2008
Insitu Inc and Boeing Australia's ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has successfully delivered 10,000 surveillance and reconnaissance flight hours to help protect Australian troops on active duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Insitu and Boeing - Contract to Extended ScanEagle Services
31 July, 2007
ScanEagle, a long-endurance, fully autonomous unmanned aircraft has been used by the Marines since July 2004, the U.S. Navy since September 2005 and the Australian Defense Forces since November 2006. During that time, ScanEagles have flown more than 4,600 sorties and 50,000 flight hours, including 34,000 hours with the MEF.
 
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