New York, NY — Intelligent Artifacts, a leading innovator in AI/ML solutions for mission and safety-critical applications, is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract from the Navy. This prestigious award signifies an important milestone toward enabling predictive maintenance solutions for naval, aircraft, and ground vehicles, ultimately enhancing operational readiness and reducing maintenance costs.
“The goal of this SBIR is to introduce predictive maintenance capabilities to the Navy, with a focus on preventing last-minute, costly repairs,” says Mark Mackowiak, Intelligent Artifacts' SBIR lead and COO. “We have been selected to leverage our cutting-edge AI/ML platform to provide the Navy with an automated fault/failure resolution system, serving as a crucial decision support tool for predictive maintenance efforts.”
Intelligent Artifacts' proprietary AI/ML platform stands out for its ability to extract contextual "pattern-of-life" information from sensor data, empowering it to offer actionable recommendations for pre-failure maintenance. This Phase I SBIR award represents an exciting step forward in Intelligent Artifacts' mission to introduce groundbreaking AI-driven solutions to the defense sector. The company looks forward to continued collaboration with the Navy and other stakeholders to enhance the readiness and efficiency of naval, aircraft, and ground vehicle fleets.
About Intelligent Artifacts
Intelligent Artifacts is a machine intelligence company dedicated to advancing intelligent systems with solutions built from our groundbreaking AI framework that allows users to understand why, how, when, and where actionable information is generated and make changes to source data without retraining the entire system. IA’s AI provides the complete intelligence layer for Defense and Aerospace customers in need of modular, flexible, and scalable intelligent systems. Our evolutionary technology offering ensures trustworthy, transparent, and effective AI/ML integration across mission and safety-critical applications as a pathway to achieving human-level intelligence. To learn more visit Intelligent Artifacts | Cognitive Machine Intelligence.