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118 East Columbia River Way
Bingen, Washington 98605
www.insitu.com
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UAS contract for U.S. military and allies signed for $390.4 million - News

July 01, 2019
BINGEN, Washington. Unmanned aircraft system (UAS) company Insitu has won a $390.4 million contract to supply Blackjack unmanned vehicles for the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy, as well as Blackjacks and smaller ScanEagle UASs for several foreign allies.
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Insitu UAVs to incorporate Persistent Systems MANET technology - News

October 25, 2018
NEW YORK, N.Y. Officials at Insitu, a Boeing Company, and Persistent Systems, LLC. entered in a five-year agreement to incorporate Persistent?s Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network (MANET) technology into their line of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including the ScanEagle, ScanEagle2, ScanEagle3, Integrator, and RQ-21A Blackjack.
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Coast Guard national-security cutter completes deployment with UAS ISR - News

May 09, 2017
BINGEN, Wash. Unmanned systems and software company Insitu and the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Stratton have collaborated on a six-week deployment, the first time that a Coast Guard cutter used a small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) for an entire patrol.
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Additional Insitu RQ-21A Blackjack UAS ordered by NAVAIR - News

July 31, 2015
BINGEN, Wash. Insitu engineers are slated to build six RQ-21A Blackjack systems for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps under the terms of their latest contract -- the $78-million Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems (STUAS) Lot IV Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) contract.
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Insitu's ICOMC2 GCS allows one operator to control multiple unmanned platforms - News

August 15, 2013
WASHINGTON. The Insitu Common Open-Mission Management Command and Control (ICOMC2) Ground Control Station (GCS) was introduced at the 2013 Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI) conference. ICOMC2 allows one operator to control multiple unmanned vehicles simultaneously, and has an open-architecture system can scale from soldier-worn devices up to large operational Command and Control (C2) systems.