Tamr and U.S. Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office (AFSEO) ongoing partnership accelerating new aircraft configuration evaluations through data mastering was one of 23 new projects highlighted in Defense Innovation Unit’s (DIU) much anticipated annual report. The project, initiated in 2018, to develop analog testing models that speed up the configuration assessment process and reduce engineers’ manual workloads was successfully transitioned to the U.S. Air Force in March 2020. The initial $1.5M Tamr prototype designed specifically for the F-16 Fighting Falcon is now expanded to other aircraft platforms as part of the production contract. Read the full report.
Tamr was engaged by DIU to help further its mission to strengthen U.S. national security by increasing the military’s adoption of cutting-edge commercial technology. Growing the national security innovation base is critical not only to maintain a strategic advantage over our adversaries but also to strengthen our economy.
The impressive results from Tamr and AFSEO’s successful private-public partnership have been captured several times; including.
- Exposing Data Engineering As A Strategic Asset With The U.S. Air Force; featuring Donna Cotton, chief data officer, AFSEO [Presentation]
- Air Force Taps Machine Learning to Speed Up Flight Certifications, NextGov [Article]
- Air Force SEEK Eagle Office and Tamr Expedite The Air Force’s Mission Capabilities [Case Study]
“We’re thrilled that our data mastering solution, which takes a human-guided, machine learning approach to data curation, feedback, and enrichment has been so effective at accelerating the insights being captured by AFSEO engineers and analysts. Our patented machine learning algorithms are dramatically reducing the manual and painstaking effort required by the U.S. Air Force for assessing new configurations of weapons,” said Mike Gormley, Head of Public Sector at Tamr.
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