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How the Edinburgh International Data Facility connects with the wider world
Work on the Edinburgh International Data Facility passed three key milestones this autumn, bringing the infrastructure that will underpin the £600m Data-Driven Innovation Programme significantly closer to reality.
EIDF and EPCC’s COVID-19 response
EPCC and EIDF have been working closely with public agencies to support responses to COVID-19.
EIDF Summer 2020 update
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, work is proceeding on the development of the Edinburgh International Data Facility and the building that will host it.
NCAP: enabling research access to historic geospatial data of places around the globe
The National Collection of Aerial Photography (NCAP) is an early adopter of EIDF. Dr Allan Williams, the Head of NCAP, outlines the work of the Edinburgh and Washington, DC based team.
How the Edinburgh International Data Facility can unlock new opportunities
Ritchie Somerville, Data Driven Innovation Programme, explains how the launch of EIDF represents a unique opportunity to develop new ways of investigating how data can underpin improvements across public policy-making, the operation of companies, and the delivery of services. EIDF can also empower individuals to explore what data means for them.
eDRIS: enabling research access to Scottish health datasets
The electronic Data Research and Innovation Service (eDRIS) is an early adopter of EIDF and its Safe Haven services. Carole Morris, eDRIS Head of Service, explains the role of the Service.
EIDF: a unique service for academia and industry
The Edinburgh International Data Facility, which is being developed by EPCC, will facilitate new products, services, and scientific studies by bringing together regional, national and international datasets.
EIDF: a long-term, comprehensive data infrastructure
The Edinburgh International Data Facility will exist for the long term and will be continuously improved to meet its users’ needs.
Festival Mobility: decisions with data
If you’ve lived in Edinburgh during August, you’ve witnessed a city transformed. Together, Edinburgh’s August festivals represent an annual event close to the size of the Olympic Games.
DataLoch: data-driven public health
EPCC and other partners at the University of Edinburgh have commenced work on a new programme to develop DataLoch, a data repository for all local, regional and national health and social care data for residents of the Edinburgh & South East Scotland region.
EIDF Phase 1: core elements
Working with a number of key stakeholders and early adopters, EPCC is putting together the core elements of EIDF, including building its new home at our Advanced Computing Facility (ACF).
EIDF Phase 1: overview
Developed by EPCC, the Edinburgh International Data Facility (EIDF) will facilitate new products, services, and research by bringing together regional, national and international datasets.
Building a home for the Edinburgh International Data Facility
Our new high-resiliency room will provide the state-of-the-art computing and data storage infrastructure needed to develop the technologies that will underpin data-driven innovation.
IoT Research and Innovation service
This University of Edinburgh service is engaged in a wide variety of projects across many sectors, utilising sensor technologies and multi-modal communications technologies.