We pioneer autonomous systems to positively impact people’s lives and change the course of history
Insitu is a pioneer in the design, development, production, and operation of high-performance, cost-effective uncrewed aircraft systems.
We are a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company and are headquartered in Bingen, Washington with offices in Oregon, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Our technologies help defense and government customers around the globe make quicker, more informed decisions to get the warfighter home safely.
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Agility, precision, endurance, quality—The Insitu team holds these attributes as our highest priorities in delivering complete satisfaction to our customers. Since we started from humble beginnings in a small garage in 1994, Insitu has aimed to become the gold standard in the uncrewed aircraft industry and succeeded in doing so thus far thanks to our talented base of employees and the vision of our leadership.
Now, more than ever, Team Insitu stands ready to extend the eyes of our customers and empower them with information to make superior decisions.
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President and CEO
Diane Rose is the president and CEO at Insitu. Insitu provides industry-leading uncrewed aircraft systems, software solutions and services that deliver decision-making capabilities to global customers. Diane joined Insitu in 2018. Full Bio Here
Vice President of Global Growth & StrategyLearn More
Vice President of Global Growth & Strategy
Abby Denburg is the Vice President of Global Growth & Strategy at Insitu where she leads a team supporting Global Sales & Marketing and Enterprise Strategy. Full Bio Here
Vice President and Managing Director, Insitu PacificLearn More
Vice President and Managing Director, Insitu Pacific
Andrew Duggan in his current role drives Insitu’s growth in the commercial market, expanding the capability for Insitu RPAS to operate in international airspace and growing Insitu’s business within the commercial space on a global scale. Prior to this role, Andrew was Managing Director of Insitu Pacific and led the company through a significant growth period, capturing major UAS contracts with defense forces in Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and the UAE. Andrew came to Insitu Pacific from Boeing Defence Australia, where he was the Senior Manager of Uncrewed Systems Operations. Full Bio Here
Vice President of Programs, Engineering & FlightLearn More
Vice President of Programs, Engineering & Flight
Justin Pearce is the Vice President of Programs, Engineering & Flight at Insitu. Justin has been with Insitu since 2011, serving in a variety of roles. Justin previously spent two years as the Chief Engineer for RQ-21A Blackjack, a U.S. Navy/U.S. Marine Corps program of record supporting U.S. Department of Defense and Foreign Military Sale (FMS) customers. Full Bio Here
Vice President of Operations and Business ExcellenceLearn More
Vice President of Operations and Business Excellence
Heather Shoup is the Vice President of Operations and Business Excellence where she leads the business execution team to deliver customer requirements. Heather joined Insitu in 2023. Prior to joining Insitu, Heather led large programs and complex business portfolios in a 22-year career with Raytheon (RTX). Full Bio Here
United in Purpose, Action & Integrity
Caring for our community is an important part of Insitu’s culture. In doing so, we recognize we are more than an employer. Our team is made up of neighbors, friends, family, and volunteers who share this core value and act upon it every day. Learn about our Community Engagement, STEM Education, and other programs in our community.
Insitu Expands Support of USCG Counter-narcotics Operations
Insitu ScanEagle has been deployed with US Coast Guard since 2017 supporting vital counter-narcotics effort with critical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. To date, the system has played an integral role in preventing nearly $4 billion in illegal drugs reaching US shores.Read More »
Navy Looking at Upgrades to RQ-21 UAS
“The RQ-21 has flown over 14,000 hours and has seen some of the highest readiness rates in all of naval aviation,” Corey said…Read More »
Successful Liquid Hydrogen Fuel Cell Test
Insitu together with a research team from Washington State University demonstrated for the first time the use of a unique refueling system for powering Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) using liquid hydrogen.Read More »