Noblis Invests in Sedaro to Bolster Digital Engineering Capabilities

Strategic investment brings joint solutioning and development opportunities to accelerate mission impacts for federal agencies

RESTON, Va. — April 9, 2024 — Noblis, Inc., a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government, today announced that its corporate venture arm, Noblis Ventures, has made a strategic investment in Sedaro, a cloud software company with an advanced digital engineering platform for creating digital twins. The platform enables its users to design, integrate and operate true digital representations of their missions within a unified simulation architecture for automating and optimizing processes and accelerating impacts.

“Sedaro’s digital simulation tools enable high-technology readiness on complex physical system designs significantly faster than traditional approaches through unified modeling, data fusion and automation pipelines,” said Mile Corrigan, Noblis president and chief executive officer. “As Noblis is committed to innovating beyond boundaries, this is another avenue for collaborative solutioning and development to further our current digital engineering capabilities and expand mission impacts for our customers.”

“We are thrilled to form this strategic relationship with Noblis,” said Robbie Robertson, Sedaro CEO and co-founder. “Working with Noblis, we can accelerate the application of Sedaro’s digital twin technology to challenges that demonstrate the foundational value of our technology in an increasingly autonomous and integrated world.”

Noblis Ventures strategically invests in early-stage, deep-tech startups in health, space, national security and critical infrastructure to foster dual-use technologies that advance national interests, seek out research and development that anticipate industry trends and mission needs and develop innovations from lab to mission. Visit the Noblis Ventures website to learn more and share potential opportunities.

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