Insitu Sets Company Record for longest Flight at 25.5 hours with its integrator Unmanned Aircraft System
The leading provider of field-proven, stabilized imaging systems that enable the capture of real-time intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance data.
Insitu’s New Shipboard Drone Launches and Catches Other Drones
The FLARS quadcopter nabs larger fixed-wing Integrators in flight and lowers them to the deck.
New training course for new Army drone
Army’s new tactical uncrewed aerial system (TUAS) has reached a significant milestone, with personnel from 20 Regt, RAA, Army Aviation Command, and the School of Artillery flying the new Integrator TUAS for the first time.
Hurricane Hunter P-3 Launched New Low Flying Drone Into Ian
The flight marked the first time the ALTIUS-600 drone was flown into a hurricane and NOAA officials saw it as a success.
US Navy injects first-of-kind unmanned experiments into multinational exercise
Sea Hunter, an unmanned surface vessel, arrives at Pearl Harbor on June 29 to participate in the Rim of Pacific 2022 exercise. (MC2 Aiko Bongolan/U.S. Navy) Defense News By Megan Eckstein Aug 8, 08:00 AM
Boeing’s new defence chief eyes autonomy frontier
Ted Colbert, executive vice-president of Boeing and chief executive and president of Boeing Defense, Space & Security Colbert spent his first weeks in the role listening and gathering feedback. He cites Boeing’s ‘Seek, Speak & Listen’ initiative as a guiding principle.
Work progresses to get Integrator into Australian hands
The Australian Army will receive two dozen Integrator UAVs, with 80% of their systems’ content and upkeep to be sourced from Australia.
Naval Programs In Japan’s Record 2022 Defense Budget
PACIFIC OCEAN (Jan. 15, 2021) – The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Kongo-class guided-missile destroyer JS Kongo (DDG 173), front, and Asahi-class destroyer JS Asahi (DD 119) transit the Pacific Ocean Jan. 15, 2021 with the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Casey…
U.S. Navy Hands Over RQ-21A UAV To The Royal Thai Navy
Commander, U.S. 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Karl Thomas presided over a ceremony to officially hand over the RQ-21A Unmanned Aircraft System to the Royal Thai Navy on May 24.
Royal Australian Navy Awards ScanEagle Contract Extension to Insitu Pacific
Insitu Pacific has been awarded a three-year contract extension by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) for the sustainment of its ScanEagle Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS).