Vita Inclinata opens the door to life saving technology
“The support of family, advisors, investors, and the entrepreneurial community will provide the vehicle for this facility to ensure that Vita can accomplish it’s mission; to build technology that will bring people home…every time.” – Caleb Carr, President and CEO, at Vita’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Last Saturday, the 21st of September 2019, Vita Inclinata Technologies cut the ribbon on its brand new facility.
“You are the load stability system to our hoist operation.” Derek Sikora, the Chief Technology Officer expressed reminiscing on the value that Vita’s community is bringing to the table.
Vita’s open house was attended by delegations from Japan, large military OEMs, TechStars, and the international entrepreneurial community. Vita was founded in Colorado seven years ago and has since developed into an international company, with a presence in Scotland, Seattle, Washington DC, and Denver. The opening of Vita’s largest facility to date and the return of our headquarters to the Colorado area brings Vita in full circle from the early days after being founded by students at the University of Colorado.
This new office provides space for Vita’s ever-growing team the infrastructure needed to rapidly develop and assemble Vita’s Load Stability Systems for use across various industries.
Among the exciting announcements, Vita publicly announced the relaunching of the first early stage aerospace business accelerator; AeroInnnovate. An accelerator that prides itself as by founders, for founders. With support from Boeing and Lockheed Martin, AeroInnovate will enable this nation’s Aerospace industry to grow exponentially in the years to come (Teaser Here). The new AeroInnovate curriculum was unveiled during the open house detailing the future plans to accelerate aerospace start-ups through the same program that kick started Vita’s success in 2018. Together, Vita and AeroInnovate will build technology that brings people home… every time.