Boe­ing names Ryan Hart­man Pres­i­dent and CEO of In­situ

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Boe­ing and sub­sidiary In­situ Inc. named Ryan Hart­man Pres­i­dent and CEO of In­situ, ef­fec­tive im­me­di­ately. Hart­man most re­cently served as se­nior Vice Pres­i­dent, In­situ Pro­grams. He suc­ceeds CEO Steve Mor­row, who is re­tir­ing.

“In­situ in­vented the ag­ile small tac­ti­cal un­manned in­tel­li­gence, surveil­lance and re­con­nais­sance cat­e­gory and con­tin­ues to be a leader in the in­dus­try,” said Steve Nord­lund, Vice Pres­i­dent for un­manned air­borne sys­tems pro­grams. “As In­situ en­ters its third decade of op­er­a­tion, Ryan is ide­ally suited to push tech­nolo­gies and pro­cesses to con­tinue In­situ’s strong, global growth tra­jec­tory.”

As In­situ pres­i­dent and CEO, Hart­man is re­spon­si­ble for ex­e­cut­ing the In­situ business plan and build­ing on its ex­ten­sive port­fo­lio, which to­day in­cludes the ScanEa­gle and In­te­gra­tor un­manned air­craft. He leads more than 800 em­ploy­ees, based pri­mar­ily in the Columbia River Gorge area in Wash­ing­ton state and Ore­gon.

“I’m hon­ored and hum­bled to be named CEO of In­situ,” said Hart­man. “I’m proud and ex­cited to con­tinue our tra­di­tion of tech­ni­cal ex­cel­lence and to support the Columbia Gorge com­mu­nity.”

In his pre­vi­ous po­si­tion, Hart­man led the company’s In­te­gra­tor, ScanEa­gle, Ad­vanced Pro­grams and Business De­vel­op­ment pro­gram of­fices, where he ad­vanced the company’s re­search, de­vel­op­ment and prod­uct en­gi­neer­ing and the In­situ Common Open-mis­sion Man­age­ment Com­mand and Con­trol (ICOMC2) ground con­trol sta­tion.

“Our peo­ple and in­no­va­tion are our com­pet­i­tive ad­van­tages in the re­gion, and Ryan’s se­lec­tion re­in­forces Boe­ing’s and In­situ’s com­mit­ment to its con­tin­ued growth,” said Nord­lund.

Hart­man is a veteran of the US Air Force and US Navy and a grad­u­ate of Em­bry-Rid­dle Aero­nau­ti­cal Univer­sity.

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