Bridging the gap between academic research, data analysis and strategic infrastructure planning
The UK's next generation platform to support the development of essential infrastructure services, revolutionising the UK's ability to adapt to a changing climate and technological landscape.
DAFNI Conference 2019
Witness the launch of DAFNI
Following 2 years of intense development effort, we are delighted to unveil to the wider community the exciting advancements within the facility and how it will relate to and revolutionise infrastructure business and research nationwide.
DAFNI will revolutionise the UK’s ability to remain at the forefront of infrastructure research and innovation. Its state-of-the-art compute power will provide analytics and simulation across all infrastructure domains and its next generation visualisation will provide detailed information to better inform decision making. This will not only provide a greater understanding of the infrastructure needs for services for every household in the UK, but enable greater research into demand and therefore ensuring that the UK has an infrastructure that is both resilient and able to respond to an unpredictable future.
Samuel Chorlton, DAFNI Project Lead
With all the latest news, events and publications discover more about DAFNI
DAFNI takes pivitol role in shaping the development of Digital Twins
DAFNI team leader, Samuel Chorlton, takes a leading role in shaping the Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub) and will address the many challenges and opportunities it will encounter along the way.
DAFNI developers help form winning team at Geospatial Hackathon
Three members of STFC’s DAFNI development team journeyed to London on 12th February to take part in the two-day ‘Know Your Infrastructure Neighbours Hackathon’ hosted by the Infrastructure Projects Authority (IPA) and Geospatial Commission.
DAFNI Update – November 2018
Professor Jim Hall, University of Oxford and Chair of the DAFNI Governance Board provides an update on the latest significant steps towards creating DAFNI.
Computer scientists offering help to improve Oxfordshire's transport management
People living in Oxfordshire are set to benefit from a new partnership agreement that will help improve the road and transport infrastructure in the county.
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