Our Mission

With just the touch of a button, Vita Inclinata’s award-winning technology instantly and autonomously stops chaotic swing and spin, and easily adds precision for rotor wing and fixed wing aircraft and cranes. The company’s products, including proprietary software, are built to military specifications and tested to ensure no EMF interference. Vita is the first startup to be recognized in the US National Defense appropriations bill, including supporting language asking for more research and development to use its technology across all branches of the military.

Vita expands what’s possible for search and rescue, firefighting, public safety, construction, wind turbines, and oil and gas — all while saving lives, time, money, and jobs. The company draws its talent from young innovators and seasoned leaders alike, across the military, aerospace, construction, and startup ecosystems.

With backgrounds from UBER, Microsoft, NASA, and more — plus all branches of military service —  team members have come together with one mission: to save lives. Today, Vita has offices in Broomfield, Colorado, Washington, DC, and the United Kingdom, with new offices opening in 2021 in Huntsville, Alabama and the UAE.

Our Vision

LACK OF CONTROL AT THE END OF THE LINE — FOR HELICOPTERS AND CRANES — WAS CALLED AN UNSOLVABLE PROBLEM.

Vita set out to solve the unsolvable. Because leaving it unsolved costs  time, money — and especially, lives and needless injuries.  Our self-powered, modular system combines breakthrough hardware with proprietary software — which analyzes all external and environmental forces 100x per second and dynamically adjusts to stop chaotic motion. In seconds. No matter the weather or terrain.

We are proud and humbled that Vita’s systems have been approved by the US Army for helicopters, and are now being tested by major construction and engineering companies for cranes.

Our History

VITA INCLINATA WAS CREATED AFTER A REAL LIFE TRAGEDY THAT HAD A PROFOUND INFLUENCE ON ITS FOUNDER…

In 2009, as a high school search and rescue volunteer, Vita founder Caleb Carr was on a routine training mission when his friend Don went into cardiac arrest next to him. A helicopter arrived to transport Don to the hospital, but couldn’t place its rescue litter, challenged by gusty winds, rotorwash, and the mountainous terrain.

Caleb could only watch as the crew tried multiple times, the hoist system swinging futilely as the helicopter hovered. Finally, the helicopter turned back without his friend, who would die on that mountain. The situation had been both impossible and common, he was told—with thousands of lives lost every year in similar conditions.

Caleb enrolled at the University of Colorado-Denver. His plan was to go to medical school and save lives that way…until a question from a professor stopped him in his tracks. Dr. Randall Tagg listened quietly as Caleb explained what had happened in 2009. Then he looked Caleb in the eye and asked, “Why the hell don’t you fix it?”

That simple question became the genesis of Vita Inclinata —and our mission: to create a solution that senses the environment and immediately adjusts to stabilize swing and spin.  So that for rescue crews or crane operators, lack of technology is never again the difference between life and death, or a job completed and a job given up.

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295 Interlocken Blvd Suite 100

Broomfield, CO 80022 USA

833-600-8482

info@vitatech.co