This series titled, “Tackling Government Challenges through Science and Technology,” features interviews with technology and innovation leaders from civilian and defense organizations within the federal government. In each episode guests will discuss how they are working to solve a mission-related challenge by applying science and technology – and brainpower. Check back here for new and upcoming episodes throughout 2022. Find the podcast series and further insights on the Noblis FNN microsite.
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From landing people on Mars, to supersonic flight without the boom, to managing safe operation of uncrewed flyers: The fourth episode in this podcast series features NASA Ames research chief and top-flight scientist describing the big challenges and the technologies they’re exploring to meet them.
This segment in the series is a two-part panel discussion highlighting AI.
The first episode in the series featured Captain Pete Small, U. S. Navy, program manager for Unmanned Maritime Systems discussing the Navy’s aims and strategies for vessels without crews on board.
For more than 25 years, Noblis has been an innovator within the federal government, committed to enriching lives and making our nation safer while investing in the missions of tomorrow. As a nonprofit, Noblis works for the public good, bringing together the best possible combination of science, technology and engineering expertise and solutions, in an environment of independence and objectivity to deliver enduring impact on federal missions. Together with our subsidiaries, we work with a wide range of government clients in the defense, homeland security, intelligence, law enforcement and federal civil sectors. Learn more at noblis.org/about.
At Noblis, applying innovative thinking and inventions to these challenges is an integral part of how we serve our clients and their missions. We transform new and novel ideas and inventions into practical, sustainable solutions that increase mission performance and efficiency. Learn more at noblis.org/r-d and contact us to discuss your challenges and solutions to address them.
Autonomous machines are poised to transform the way we travel, distribute, and deliver goods and how we explore, manage and monitor the sea, surface, air, space, and extra-terrestrial environment. This document explores the promise, costs, and challenges associated with emerging massive-scale systems of autonomous machines in key domains and use cases. Visit our page to learn more and download the full “Autonomy At Scale” book or choose from individual chapters.
Our concept orchestrates the motions and actions of unfamiliar, connected, and autonomous machines. With this concept, systems of autonomous machines are safer, more productive, and more equitable. Learn more about the concept and watch our video.
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