AI will be used in every industry.
NVIDIA and Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), are partnering to use AI and GPU-accelerated computing to help the oil and gas industry distill this data in real time — and dramatically reduce the cost of finding, extracting, processing and delivering oil…
…As the adjacent infographic shows, NVIDIA and BHGE’s collaboration spans the operations of oil companies. And it does so using the full breadth of our AI solutions. This includes NVIDIA DGX-1 AI supercomputers in data centers for model training; NVIDIA DGX Stations for supercomputing at the deskside — or even on remote offshore platforms where bandwidth is limited; and NVIDIA Jetson AI supercomputers-on-a-module for real-time, continuous deep learning and inferencing at the edge…
NVDA has a solution to put intelligence into the edge.
With GPU-accelerated analytics, well operators can visualize and analyze massive volumes of production and sensor data such as pump pressures, flow rates and temperatures. This can give them better insight into costly issues, such as predicting which equipment might fail and how these failures could affect wider systems…
…Using deep learning and machine learning algorithms, oil and gas companies can determine the best way to optimize their operations as conditions change. For example, they can turn large volumes of seismic data images into 3D maps to improve the accuracy of reservoir predictions. More generally, they can use deep learning to train models to predict and improve the efficiency, reliability and safety of expensive drilling and production operations.
AI getting infused everywhere:
NVIDIA’s work with BHGE is part of a broader strategy to work with leading companies to bring AI into every industry. Among these efforts are collaborations with GE Healthcare and Nuance in the area of healthcare; with Audi, Bosch, Mercedes-Benz, Uber and Volkswagen in automotive; FANUC in robotics; and Komatsu in construction and mining.
More information is coming on January 29-30 in Italy:
BHGE and NVIDIA will showcase AI-infused oil and gas demos in the solutions fair at the BHGE Annual Meeting this week in Florence, Italy.