In­situ part­ners with San­tos Lab


In­situ has an­nounced the launch of its part­ner­ship with San­tos Lab, a lead­ing/in­no­va­tive de­vel­oper and man­u­fac­turer of hand-launched un­manned air­craft sys­tems (UAS). “Part­ner­ing with San­tos Lab is the first step in es­tab­lish­ing a lo­cal pres­ence for tech­nol­ogy trans­fer, which will en­able In­situ’s UAS busi­ness in Brazil to grow. We are ex­cited to team with San­tos Lab — one of the coun­try’s most suc­cess­ful in­dige­nous UAS com­pa­nies,” said In­situ Pres­i­dent and CEO Steve Mor­row.

Join­ing forces with a young, in­no­va­tive com­pany such as San­tos Lab is a nat­u­ral fit for In­situ; the com­pany is proud of its own en­tre­pre­neur­ial be­gin­nings nearly two decades ago. In­situ quickly recog­nised San­tos Lab’s po­ten­tial to grow their ca­pa­bil­i­ties in synch with its own grow­ing need for a lo­cal part­ner to han­dle more com­plex re­quire­ments and ex­e­cute In­situ’s ca­pa­bil­ity roadmap.

“Hav­ing a lo­cal part­ner that is al­ready serv­ing the Brazil­ian armed forces is a great strate­gic ad­van­tage. We look for­ward to jointly de­vel­op­ing so­lu­tions for the cur­rent and fu­ture needs of the Brazil­ian armed forces,” said In­situ Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Ex­ec­u­tive Juan R. Gomez, an In­situ Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Ex­ec­u­tive for South­ern Europe and Latin Amer­ica.

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