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Roboflight Academy (RFA) is an annual robotics program that brings high school students, Insitu engineers and aviation experts together the second week of July to build and fly unmanned aircraft.
Every April for the past 10 years, Insitu has sponsored and volunteered at the day-long Community Pride Cleanup event. This year, we helped Klickitat County residents responsibly dispose of more than 140,000 pounds of household goods, recyclables, scrap metals, electronics, trash and Styrofoam.
The American Red Cross collected 190 units of life-saving blood from Insitu employees throughout the course of 2016’s on-site blood drives.
In conjunction with Washington Gorge Action Programs, Insitu employees provide new and gently used coats, hats and winter gloves for children in the White Salmon and Trout Lake school systems, as well as the Department of Health and Social Services and our local food banks.
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When we got our start 22 years ago in a pole-barn-style garage in Bingen, Washington, we were engineering Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for the tuna industry. The incredible agility, responsiveness and safety of our UAS got us thinking: We can do more. We can literally help search and rescue teams, emergency response personnel, troops in the field and innocent civilians stay safe.
So we did just that, all while pioneering a now-global industry along the way.
We strive to support a pipeline for full-circle education, building partnerships and creating proactive enthusiasm around STEM education in the spirit of building a strong community while bolstering talent for our industry.