Insitu’s Heckman: ‘Purpose-Built Engines’ Extend ScanEagle UAS’ Flight Times, Fuel Efficiency

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Lyle Heckman, unmanned aerial systems instructor and operator at Insitu, updates Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian on developments with the company’s ScanEagle unmanned aerial systems program — including “purpose-built engines” designed to boost performance, RPM, fuel efficiency and allow for longer flight times, a smaller UAS launcher, a SkyHook recovery system redesign and more during a June 29, 2017, interview. The interview was conducted during the Autonomy & Innovation Across the Defence, Security and Civil Sectors – Demonstration event at the British Embassy in Washington.


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