TYSONS, Va .– CORAS, a business decision management software company located in Tysons, Va., Has won a prototype project agreement under the other transaction authority with the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic of the ‘US Navy for Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP).
The objective of the prototype is to improve and troubleshoot information technology systems on board ships. As part of this effort, CORAS will take advantage of the artificial intelligence and natural language processing software of Plasticity Inc. Another transaction authorization refers to the authority of the Ministry of Defense to carry out certain prototypes, projects. research and production.
The combined efforts of the IWRP team, Advanced Technology International, the director of the IWRP consortium and the CORAS staff were instrumental in the speed with which the PPA was awarded.
CORAS President Dan Naselius said: âWe are delighted to expand CORAS’s footprint within the US Navy. The implementation of Plasticity’s superior AI / NLP capabilities as part of CORAS ‘FedRAMP High Cloud security will help the Navy leverage data and root cause analysis to run tactical systems in a timely and efficient manner. efficient, and simultaneously collect and identify more information.
Alexander Sands, Co-Founder of Plasticity, said, âNatural language processing enables even deeper insights from data to inform government and business decision-making. We are excited to integrate Plasticity into CORAS OTA effort to bring secure, state-of-the-art NLP to a tactical DoD environment.
Plasticity provides NLP and machine learning software to companies in various industries including government, finance, commerce, and healthcare. Plasticity’s software is used by more than 200 companies for understanding semantic language, answering questions and extracting entities, as well as in machine learning pipelines.