Deep Digital Cornwall
Deep Digital Cornwall is a project funded by the European Regional Development Fund led by the Camborne School of Mines together with the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Exeter.
Cornish Lithium is a delivery partner on this project, alongside Cornwall Resources and the South West Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications. Cornish Lithium sees a digital revolution across Cornwall as critical to new and sustainable development in the region, and the co-development of digital technologies through Deep Digital Cornwall has enabled us to be a part of this transition.
Through collaboration with regional SMEs, Deep Digital Cornwall aims to conduct research and champion innovation within Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly within the sectors of mining, geothermal, civil engineering, surveying, water resources, heritage, planning and more. Alongside this, a physical research hub has been created on the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus, offering a 3D modelling and visualisation suite.
- Strong alignment with our corporate strategy goals, including innovation and collaboration, sustainable growth in the South-West region and supporting the local Cornish community.
- Collaborative projects of sizes ranging from £5,000-100,000 with regional SMEs. We provide expertise in a broad range of technologies and skills including time series analysis, machine learning and hyperspectral imaging at a range of scales.
- Innovative technology, such as machine learning, used to provide dataset upscale and generate new datasets that are transferrable across multiple sectors.