Cortica, GE Aviation, Merit, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for their business clients.
Israeli high-tech firm Cortica has partnered with leading players in the automotive industry to form an artificial intelligence venture for autonomous driving. Partners in the new Tel Aviv-based spinoff, called Cartica AI, include venture capital units at Toyota and BMW, auto supplier Continental AG, as well as Israeli investment platform OurCrowd.
Japan Airlines has selected GE Aviation for Digital Records Management across its fleet of more than 200 airplanes. The implementation adds to the 700 million aircraft maintenance records being maintained on GE’s digital records management system, AirVault. The tech agreement includes maintenance and engineering integration of the system at the JAL facilities around the world.
Virginia’s Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) is streamlining professional licensing by partnering with digital credentialing service Merit to drive efficiency for occupational license holders in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Merit’s technology will enable DPOR to issue digital licenses, giving licensed professional the ability to carry their up-to-date credentials.