Our Mission

Our mission drives us to do everything possible to save human lives. We achieve that by creating innovative load stabilization technology and providing safer tools to prevent occupational injuries, making a positive impact on the workers, families, and patients who are affected by our systems. Vita Inclinata enhances what’s possible for operational safety, efficiency, and costs.

Based in Broomfield, Colorado, Vita Inclinata Technologies Inc. includes Vita Aerospace and Vita Industrial.

Vita Inclinata has additional offices in Washington, DC, the United Kingdom, Silicon Valley, California, and the United Arab Emirates.

Our Vision

To completely eliminate preventable deaths in the industrial and aerospace industries through modern technology solutions.

When our company was founded, the primary stabilization method for hoist and load operations was a tagline – a simple rope held by a person on the ground – this method is not only outdated, but also imprecise and unsafe. With our proprietary technology, we eliminated human error and environmental factors from the equation by creating total load stabilization for helicopter and crane hoist operations.

Going forward, we want our systems on every helicopter and crane in the world. Not just because it is more efficient than a rope, but because it will directly contribute to the elimination of needless injuries and deaths during rescue operations and on job sites.

Our goal is to become the industry standard for safety in the aerospace and industrial fields. When people think of Vita Inclinata, they will think of their husbands, wives, children and family coming home safe every night.

We pledge to never stop innovating and improving upon what we do until injury and death is completely eliminated from hoist and load operations.

Our History

In 2009, Vita founder Caleb Carr was practicing as a search and rescue volunteer in high school. During a routine training mission, his friend and mentor Don went into cardiac arrest next to him. A helicopter arrived to transport Don to the hospital, but couldn’t insert its rescue litter due to gusty winds, rotor wash, and the mountainous terrain. After multiple attempts, the helicopter was forced to turn back without them, and Don died as a result.

Caleb learned that this was a fairly common problem that caused the loss of many lives. He enrolled in medical school at the University of Colorado – Denver with the goal of saving lives. There, his professor, Dr. Randall Tagg listened to his story and challenged him to solve the problem.

Vita Inclinata was founded on the belief that lack of technology should never be the difference between life and death for rescue crews, crane operators, and patients.

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295 Interlocken Blvd Suite 100

Broomfield, CO 80022 USA