Boeing's military, security, and space business area sell unmanned aerial vehicles. Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, the corporation manufactures unmanned aerial systems for both the commercial and defense sectors. Boeing also serves military, border patrol, wildfire suppression, oil and gas, construction, utilities, and agriculture customers. ScanEagle, Camcopter S-100, Phantom Ray, RQ-21A Blackjack, High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE), Phantom Eye Demonstrator, and Integrator are among Boeing's UAVs. Inexa Solutions and ICOMC2 are examples of Boeing software.
Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing, is a major supplier of products to government and law enforcement organizations. Its newly developed INEXA systems are a cutting-edge product offering in remote sensing, which is one of the most popular commercial UAV applications. Insitu has a large order backlog for SacnEagle and RQ-21A Blackjack UAVs, demonstrating its leadership in the UAV industry.
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At a fraction of the expense of other remote sensing technologies, ScanEagle provides constant pictures on land or at sea. No matter, if it's a battlefield, an ocean, or a commercial infrastructure, having eyes in the skies at 15,000+ feet for 24+ hours, adds a degree of endurance to mission planning.
For defense and commercial tasks, ScanEagle is that steadfast, responsive, and astute partner. Upgraded avionics, wider cargo choices, and a new heavy fuel purpose-built propulsion system greatly enhance dependability and performance on the latest ScanEagle.
Integrator is a multi-mission competent, modular, and versatile solution for both land and sea operations. To meet your operational demands, the aircraft's six payload slots may be configured with cameras, communication capabilities, and other sophisticated mission-specific technology.
The Boeing Airpower Teaming System is a revolutionary unscrewed aircraft that acts as a force multiplier by utilizing artificial intelligence. The Boeing Airpower Teaming System, which is 38 feet long (11.7 meters) and capable of flying over 2,000 nautical miles, provides fighter-like capabilities. Onboard sensor packages can be used to assist intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance tasks, as well as tactical early warning missions.