We work with you to set direction, redefine what’s possible and make it reality. We don’t just apply state-of-the-art AI, we create it.
Working in partnership with business and policy leaders, we identify, respond to and capitalise on the disruptive potential of artificial intelligence.
Our unique combination of market insight and boundless technical depth provides clarity to chart the best course.
Our services span technology, partner and ecosystem landscaping, options assessment and investment case and transaction support.
Welcome to the Digital Greenhouse
Redefining what's possible
We enable data scientists and researchers to advance the state-of-the-art in deep learning and to unlock transformative capability and IP for their organisations.
This may be by applying the latest techniques to solve domain-specific challenges, validation and proof of concept of academic research or novel architecture development.
Understand & harness the potential of AI
Making it reality
Real-world perception makes machines more valuable, through enhanced decisions and services. To make sense of a complex world requires layers of intelligence and rigorous training.
We use state-of-the-art data science and simulation to help you make sense of the world. From helping farmers detect crop health, to enabling healthcare professionals make more accurate diagnoses.
True intelligence and machine+human collaboration require those machines to make meaningful decisions and to take the ‘right’ action. This means rapidly predicting the future and choosing the best option in an uncertain world.
From helping to coordinate national infrastructure, through the creation of autonomous platforms, to reinforcement learning agents that explain their actions, we improve machine performance through intelligent decision making.
Delivering transformational products and services means taking artificial intelligence out of the data centre and into the real world. Out here, constraints of size, cost, power and connectivity present new challenges that only the best can solve.
We redefine the possibilities of artificial intelligence at the Edge. From signal processing in billions of mobile phones, to AI in smart inhalers, we’ve generated billions of dollars of value for our clients, by creating and optimising world-leading silicon platforms.
Data is everywhere and when used effectively, can transform organisations and markets. But delivering on this promise requires us to unearth the right insights at exactly the right time.
Our team is a unique blend of data science, user experience, physics and device-to-cloud engineering. We help clients create new data-driven service concepts to meet real-world needs.
We can help you achieve the seemingly impossible
Pedigree & prowess
For decades, global corporations, governments and policy makers have turned to us to understand and harness the potential of data science and artificial intelligence.
From a heritage in Bayesian inference and hard, real-time signal processing, we’re now advancing the state-of-the-art in deep learning, creating world-leading sensing systems and pushing the limits of device performance.
Tech, tools & facilities
The Digital Greenhouse is our purpose-built AI research facility, specifically designed to discover, develop and test machine learning approaches in a fast, secure environment. The facility features an NVIDIA DGX-1 Deep Learning Supercomputer, a bank of machine learning computers, petabyte local storage and many teraflops of dedicated compute power.
Our onsite compute infrastructure allows us to explore options, train and test models more rapidly and get better results.
We run petaflop-scale, containerised compute on site, with multiple NVIDIA DGX-1 Deep Learning Supercomputers and other GPU and FPGA-accelerated servers. This links to petabyte-scale local NetApp storage, project-specific cloud and our continuous integration systems.
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Creating an IoT platform that unlocks new digital services and revenue streams
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Energy service innovation for a low-carbon economy
We set ourselves the challenge of creating a machine learning system that could address the infinitely complex world of music. The result is The Aficionado.
News & insights
Extraordinary advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, wireless connectivity and edge compute are opening up transformative commercial opportunities for all sorts of businesses. Now is the time to seize them. This whitepaper could act as your window on the future – offering as it does a practical guide to navigating the road from automation to autonomy.
- AI & Analytics
- Connectivity & IoT
- Digital security
- Innovation management
- Strategic advice
Private 5G networks promise to deliver huge business advantage. But, where to start if you are an enterprise, carrier or technology supplier considering deployment? This whitepaper is a practical guide to deploying a private 5G network for maximum business impact, including when using CBRS spectrum in the United States.
- AI & Analytics
- Connectivity & IoT
- Digital service innovation
- Radio systems
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Cambridge Consultants and Waymap have created a unique smartphone service that helps visually impaired people to navigate through complex indoor spaces, such as public transport hubs.
We'll be joining industry experts in this panel session to discuss the steps needed to make Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) a reality. We'll be exploring topics such as requirements for ground and air infrastructure, costs, regulations, public acceptance and more.
Automate, produced by the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), is the largest solutions-based showcase of automation, robotics, vision, motion control and more in North America. Join us at this year’s Show to hear our experts speak in two dynamic sessions on the latest strategies and tools to optimise automation for business.
The AI Summit is the world’s first and largest conference and exhibition to look at the practical implications of AI for enterprise organisations that are set to transform business productivity.
Tim Ensor, Commercial Director, returns to the headline stage in his role as chair. He will be joined by Dr Maya Dillon, Head of AI, EMEA, who will be presenting her keynote on emerging new AI technologies.
Join us in San Francisco for the first time in three years. Growers, agribusiness leaders, technology pioneers and investors come together to exchange insights, be inspired, and identify future partners.