FDL Europe Results AI Showcase
FDL Europe has once again partnered with the leaders in commercial AI and new space to push the state-of-the-art in applied machine learning for problems useful to the space program and all humankind.
Senior leaders from FDL’s commercial AI and new space partners will join the FDL Europe researcher and mentors today (Friday 16th August 2019) to review the outputs of this year’s FDL AI research sprint, hosted by the University of Oxford at Said Business School, Oxford.
This is year four of the successful FDL format, which has consistently demonstrated methods for consistent and substantive AI application over extremely accelerated time periods, by harnessing the expertise and enormous compute capacity of FDL’s partners (such as Google Cloud, Intel AI, Nvidia, Kx and Element AI) and leaders in emerging space applications and earth observation (such as the European Space Agency, Airbus, Space Applications Catapult and UNICEF).
This year the FDL teams will share results in the following problem areas:
DISASTER PREVENTION, PROGRESS AND RESPONSE
ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA AND CLIMATE VARIABILITY
MISSION SUPPORT: GROUND STATION PASS OPTIMISATION FOR CONSTELLATIONS