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Insitu’s customers require high-quality products to ensure their mission success. Insitu is committed to delivering products that are innovative and are known to work the first time and every time. We strive to provide an outstanding experience when working with Insitu. To meet this goal, we are committed to systematic continuous improvement and the use of metrics to measure our performance.
The AS9100 Standard outlines business requirements for aviation, space and defense organizations. This standard provides guidance for managing variation of key features of material, processes or parts in which the variation has a significant influence on product fit, performance, service life or manufacturability. AS9100 requires organizations to document and implement processes that affect product quality and to flow these requirements to their supply chain. These business practices are essential for effective and efficient processes and ensure that the process output is consistent.
Insitu received its first AS9100 Standard Aerospace Certificate in September 2007. Our current AS9100 Aerospace Certificate of Conformance was issued from NQA USA on September 08, 2016. Our scope of registration covers product design, development, and production of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and software, field support, repairs and operator training. Our quality management system is compliant with AS9100 REV C and ISO 9001:2008 requirements. Our certificate is registered in the OASIS database, certificate number 16482.
Insitu holds a DHS SAFETY Act Certification and Designation for the ScanEagle, which means that it is a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology which has undergone a thorough evaluation by the Department of Homeland Security. This affords our customers protection from potential third party liability in the event of a catastrophic event resulting from an act of terrorism (as declared by the DHS Secretary) involving the ScanEagle.