AMPD IS READY FOR INDUSTRY 4.0
As more companies adopt artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data collection, analysis and visualization alongside mixed reality technologies, AMPD continues to adapt its high-performance infrastructure solutions to meet the demands of these solutions and the companies driving innovations in next-generation enterprises. AMPD was a founding member of Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster, alongside companies such as Telus, GE, Boeing, Avcorp, Canfor, DWave, LifeLabs, Teck, Terramera, Urthecast, and Microsoft.Handol KimCEO, Variational AI
“The GPU-based infrastructure that AMPD offers is mission-critical in our race to find therapeutics for COVID-19 and other diseases. Our AI/machine learning demands access to powerful and scalable compute resources such as those offered by AMPD."
LEARNING FACTORY DIGITAL TWIN PROJECT
The Learning Factory Digital Twin Project is a multi-million dollar project being developed in conjunction with Avcorp, Llama Zoo, UBC, Convergent, and Boeing, with over $2M in support from the Digital Technology Supercluster. The project centres around the development of a Learning Factory at the UBC Innovation Precinct located at the Okanagan Campus in Kelowna, BC. The simulation of traditional factory processes in a virtual environment will create, in essence, a digital twin of a physical production facility. AMPD is proud to be supplying the compute infrastructure for the project utilizing a combination of high-performance architecture.
Featured Cover Story: September / October 2020 Issue of BC Engineers and Geoscientists Innovation Magazine
AMPD and the consortium of organizations working together on the Learning Factory Digital Twin were featured in the September / October issue of the BC Engineers and Geoscientists Innovation Magazine.