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Insitu

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Founded Year

1994

Stage

Grant | Alive

Total Raised

$53.2M

Last Raised

$800K | 4 yrs ago

About Insitu

Insitu designs, develops and manufactures customized unmanned hardware, software and services solutions for its commercial, government and defense customers worldwide.

Headquarters Location

118 East Columbia River Way

Bingen, Washington, 98605,

United States

509-493-8600

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Expert Collections containing Insitu

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Insitu Patents

Insitu has filed 140 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Robotics
  • Aerodynamics
  • Fluid dynamics
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/9/2019

1/3/2023

Kites, Robotics, CubeSats, Embedded systems, Drilling technology

Grant

Application Date

12/9/2019

Grant Date

1/3/2023

Title

Related Topics

Kites, Robotics, CubeSats, Embedded systems, Drilling technology

Status

Grant

Latest Insitu News

Boeing revamps ailing defence business

Nov 18, 2022

18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said. 18 November 2022 by Marc Selinger Boeing has recorded USD6.9 billion in earnings charges on its KC-46 tanker programme. (US Air Force) Boeing is giving its Defense, Space & Security (BDS) business a facelift to try to improve the troubled unit's financial performance. The US aerospace manufacturer announced on 17 November that BDS has consolidated its eight divisions into four to simplify its organisation and boost internal collaboration. The new Air Dominance division includes F-15 and F/A-18 fighters, the T-7A Red Hawk training jet, and the MQ-25 Stingray and MQ-28 Ghost Bat unmanned aircraft. The new Mobility, Surveillance & Bombers division contains the KC-46A Pegasus tanker, the P-8 maritime patrol aircraft, and the VC-25B Air Force One presidential aircraft replacement programme. The other new divisions are Space, Intelligence & Weapon Systems, which includes satellites, munitions, the Insitu unmanned aircraft subsidiary, and Vertical Lift. The changes represent the first reorganisation that BDS has undertaken since Ted Colbert became its president and CEO in April. “These are necessary steps to put BDS on the path to stronger, profitable growth,” Colbert said.

Insitu Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Insitu founded?

    Insitu was founded in 1994.

  • Where is Insitu's headquarters?

    Insitu's headquarters is located at 118 East Columbia River Way, Bingen.

  • What is Insitu's latest funding round?

    Insitu's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did Insitu raise?

    Insitu raised a total of $53.2M.

  • Who are the investors of Insitu?

    Investors of Insitu include Washington State Department of Commerce, Boeing, Second Avenue Partners, Pteranodon Ventures, Battery Ventures and 3 more.

  • Who are Insitu's competitors?

    Competitors of Insitu include AiRXOS.

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