Research & Education

The future of UAS operations and technology

As a driver of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) market technology, standards and best practices, Insitu supports UAS education and research around the world. We collaborate with universities and teaching institutions worldwide as they actively research and develop new concepts of operation, train new students in UAS operations, and use UAS and the data they deliver to support research being conducted in various departments.

Insitu works with U.S. higher-learning institutions including Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the University of Oklahoma, the University of North Dakota, the University of New Mexico and the University of Alaska–Fairbanks. In New Jersey, Insitu works with the FAA at their R&D Technology Center to develop best practices for inclusion of unmanned systems in the National Airspace System.


Our systems have been proved in combat since 2004 and from Navy vessels since 2005. Leverage Insitu's precision, speed and flexible ISR for warfare and conflicts.


Public Safety

If you’re hosting a major sporting event and you need to spot anomalies in the crowd, Insitu UAS can give you eyes in the sky, so you can protect the public.



On land and at sea, Insitu systems are a cost-effective solution. See how our proven systems are the right fit for your industry.


Latest News

Apr 05, 2012

Hydrogen-powered Fuel Cell Flies ScanEagle

Alternative power makes way for future capability, improves reliability and reduces customer logistics


Jun 20, 2012

Insitu Pacific Conducts UAS Trial for Queensland Government

Insitu Pacific, the Australia-based affiliate of Insitu Inc., announced today that it will employ its ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on behalf of the Queensland Government for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) for the first Siam weed detection trials using UAS.