Integrator was designed to be a modular, flexible and versatile solution for tasks on land or at sea. The aircraft’s payload spaces can be reconfigured with cameras, communication capabilities and other technologies to meet your needs and deliver the information necessary to get the job done.
Insitu’s Common Open-mission Management Command and Control (ICOMC2) ground station is the core system used for controlling Integrator and providing access for total payload control.
The trailer-mounted Mark 4 Launcher conquers rugged terrain, high altitudes and extreme temperatures to earn its standing as our most versatile launcher yet. A low-maintenance, runway-independent platform, the Mark 4 is powered by an onboard diesel generator and air compressor and is compatible with all of Insitu’s unmanned aircraft.
Our unmanned aircraft are recovered using the patented SkyHook recovery system.This leads to a nimble, mobile, and versatile launch and recovery system that is capable of getting a wide variety of payloads airborne with the least amount of space required.
The Alticam 14 advanced UAS payload provides market-leading full motion video collection and advanced targeting capabilities for Integrator unmanned aircraft. Through this groundbreaking achievement in design and engineering, customers can now utilize the high resolution, enhanced telescope and superior laser designation targeting capabilities previously only available in larger, higher-priced platforms.