Digitalisation World: Environmental researchers benefit from powerful supercomputer at Plymouth Marine Laboratory

First centralised HPC service for applying AI to Earth Observation data available to UK environmental scientists.

Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), the marine research organisation and registered charity, is hosting an extensive new high performance computing (HPC) facility as part of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service (NEODAAS). The new facility is the first centralised HPC service available to UK environmental researchers specifically for applying artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning to Earth observation data. The new HPC system is designed, integrated and maintained by high performance compute, storage, cloud and AI integrator, OCF.

 

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