Insitu to pay $25 million over alleged used parts in its drones

Insitu alleged used parts drones

Drone manufacturer Insitu is expected to pay $25 million in fees for allegedly using used parts for some of its drones being built under contracts with the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and the Department of the Navy.

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Blackjack drones to see 5-square miles with new WAMI sensor

US Navy Insitu Blackjack drones could soon have the ability to see 5-square miles at once with a new wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) sensor. Logos Technologies has been awarded a $6.7 million contract by the US Navy to deliver the new WAMI sensors.

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RQ-21 Blackjack drones to be used in Australia by Marines

Australian Marines are set to receive RQ-21 Blackjack drones in support of the annual Marine Corps rotation in Darwin, Australia, according to rotational force commander Colonel David Banning in an interview on Thursday.

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