Vita Inclinata Technologies is the leading developer of chaotic motion control systems. We provide unique counter swing systems to military agencies, private contractors, and local government officials. By coupling software with systems engineering services, we provide government and industry with the tools to make their operations safer. Together, it is all supported by extensive research and development, technology development, analysis, engineering, and support services to address any chaotic motion problem.
25 degrees. That is the difference between life or death. 10 years ago, our CEO was on a search and rescue mission in Oregon when his friend fell to the ground from a heart attack. Due to how remote his team was, a helicopter was needed to come extract his friend if he were to have any chance at survival. When the rescue helicopter arrived, it looked hopeful for the fallen friend. The helicopter attempted to lower the basket again and again. However, the wind was too strong and kept ramming the basket into the trees above. After multiple attempts, the helicopter called off the mission, and Caleb’s friend died in his hands minutes later.
Following this experience, Caleb was ignited with a passion to solve this deadly global problem. From information provided to us by NASA, it was found that an average of 24 people per day are injured globally from this problem. In addition to the countless lives being shed, millions of dollars are also wasted in machinery that swings into other objects or is dropped (Check out this Army Mission). Caleb put together a team to create a solution to this chaotic pendulum swing, and 10 years later the Load Stability System (LSS) was created.
Vita is a small defense company focusing on stabilization control of moving objects such as hoisting systems and crane operations. It was founded in Denver, Colorado and now also has offices in Seattle and Washington D.C.