Insitu’s Russell on How ViDAR System Can Help NATO Allies Identify Maritime Threats

Published on: January 2018

Mark Russell, a business development executive for Euro-NATO at Boeing’s Insitu and a retired US Air Force lieutenant colonel, discusses how the company’s ViDAR (Visual Detection and Ranging) wide-area autonomous detection system and analytics technology can help NATO allies identify maritime threats more easily by removing water from drone images during a December 2017 interview with the Defense & Aerospace Report during NATO Allied Command Transformation’s 2017 Chiefs of Transformation Conference in Norfolk, Virginia.