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Insitu to focus on new commercial division at Xponential 2016

May 2, 2016  - By
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Insitu is showcasing its new commercial business unit and platform of professional aviation products and services at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’ Xponential 2016 May 3-5 in New Orleans.

In booth 2213 in Hall 2, the company will highlight:

  • canEagle and RQ-21A Blackjack air vehicles.
  • Inexa | Control, a ITAR-free ground control station that gives operators professional aviation tools to safely operate unmanned systems while staying compliant with emerging Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulation.
  • FLARES, Insitu’s new Flying Launch and Recovery System that launches ScanEagle from the air and captures without ground equipment, expanding the environments where unmanned operations are possible to include jungles, courtyards and other small or restricted spaces.
  • The Insitu-Orbital Engine, an internal combustion propulsion system to be engineered from the ground up for small unmanned aerospace application. The engine is designed and tested to the FAA’s airworthiness standards for manned aircraft engines. In March, Insitu received a Commodity Jurisdiction from the U.S. Department of State placing its Multi-Fuel Direct Injection Engine under the export control purview of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security.
  • Microsoft HoloLens demonstrations. Microsoft’s high-definition hologram technology is integrated with Insitu’s Inexa | Control software to offer a new view of how decision makers and operators might manage unmanned systems in complex environments in the future.

Insitu is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company.

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