Navy wants composite apps

GCN Tech brief

Instaknow Inc. of South Plainfield, N.J., (www.instaknow.com) will put its adaptive intelligence software to work for the Office of Naval Research under a Small Business Innovation Research grant. The company's Instaknow ACE platform builds automated processes, custom rules and logic across disparate sources without changing existing systems. It will be used to help developers build composite applications from diverse systems to integrate real-time information, create new analytical applications, help warfighters better locate intelligence on the network, and build a new context-specific search engine. In 2005 Instaknow's technology earned the company an award from the Joint Forces Command for its work in the Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration.

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