ExecutiveBiz spoke with Mile Corrigan, senior vice president and corporate officer for Noblis, in its most recent Executive Spotlight interview published Wednesday. She discussed the launch of RunGrants platform for grants management, the efforts to modernize information technology and help clients centralize their cloud capabilities as well as today’s conversation about the aerospace market’s aviation autonomy.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Corrigan:
“A key element to trustworthy autonomy is trustworthy data—which drives the autonomy. To date, nobody has developed an orchestrated autonomy framework—a critical component for reaching significant advancements in this arena.
However, this is a key research project for Noblis. As part of our company-sponsored program, we’ve done significant research around orchestrated and cooperative autonomy and will continue this initiative to raise the bar and help drive a clear, tangible path forward for our clients.”
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