Carnegie Features HPE Discover Conference at Sphere – Las Vegas USA

  • Keynote by Antonio Neri (HPE) and Jensen Huang (NVIDIA) talked about the significance of AI including collaboration with Carnegie on CETO’s AI based controller during first ever keynote at Sphere (Las Vegas)
  • Carnegie CEO Jonathan Fievez presented at HPE Discover 2024 on panel of AI leaders discussing the transformative potential of generative AI and supercomputing in the clean energy sector
  • CETO animation on loop and CETO model wave tank demonstration at entrance of HPE Discover Showcase to 14,000 industry professionals in attendance, providing incredible exposure of our CETO wave energy converter
  • Carnegie is collaborating with HPE to implement an AI-based controller for CETO, enabling advanced optimisation and improvements

View Carnegie’s Feature during the Keynote via the video (VIMEO) link below:

Carnegie is pleased to share updates regarding its activities at the HPE Discover conference in the USA, including a CEO presentation during the conference, CETO example used during the keynote presentation, and CETO animation and model wave tank displayed in the HPE Discover Showcase for the 14,000 people in attendance at the Sphere and Venetian Exhibition Centre in Las Vegas.
CEO Jonathan Fievez and Chairman Terry Stinson represented the Company at the prestigious conference, held at the Venetian Expo Centre in Las Vegas. The event showcases latest advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and supercomputing and is a key technology and AI event in the USA.

During the first day, CEO Jonathan Fievez joined an esteemed panel featuring AI leaders Trish Damkroger (HPE SVP of HPC & AI) and Dr. Prith Banerjee (CTO of ANSYS) to discuss how AI is revolutionising industries and driving innovation. The panel delved into the convergence of AI, cutting-edge technologies, and industry-specific expertise, discussing the potential for transformative change. 

Carnegie CEO Jonathan Fievez presents alongside AI leaders Trish Damkroger (HPE SVP of HPC & AI) and Dr. Prith Banerjee (CTO of ANSYS)

Carnegie’s CETO wave energy technology is also prominently displayed at the HPE Discover Showcase, where over 14,000 attendees had the opportunity to explore the future of tech.

Located in a notable position at the front of the Showcase, CETO captivated the audience with the CETO animation, developed by Spatial Media, displayed on a large screen and accompanied by a wave tank display demonstrating CETO in action and introducing the technology’s unique features. These visual representations provided attendees with a deeper understanding of the technology’s potential to transform the renewable energy landscape globally.

CETO Animation and Wave Tank on Display in HPE Discover Showcase

Carnegie’s invitation to participate in this event highlights the valuable ongoing collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to harness the power of AI and supercomputing to increase the energy generation of the CETO wave energy converter technology. Carnegie continues to drive innovation and accelerate the global transition to clean energy through impactful relationships and collaborations.

Following successful validation of the AI-based reinforcement learning controller during previous tank testing, the Company is now working towards implementing the controller as part of the ACHIEVE Programme’s CETO deployment in Spain.