We develop software and systems that serve scientific applications. These systems can include artificial intelligence or they might be analytic solutions. We also use our problem solving capacity to develop innovative solutions to pressing problems, whether these solutions be software, hardware, or process based.
One of the major problems we face are challenges to our food and water supply brought about by a warming world. We work on solving such problems through a combination of systems thinking and promotion of various technologies that can ease the transition to greater resilience.
Agriculture and Geospatial
- Harnessing the power of geography: using location to discover patterns and trends
- Understanding the distribution of carbon storage and wildfire risk in an area
- Monitoring greenhouse gas sources and sinks
- Polyculture – this is growing a variety of plants together to take advantage of their compatibilities and reduce the need for extra water and pesticides.
- Smarter energy consumption through IoT (Internet of Things)
- Saving for solar and other renewables
- How to use cleaner transportation, computing resources, and more
- Cybersecurity and Infrastructure: ensuring our lights stay on and our water is available for us to drink
Our co-founder and CEO Dahl Winters is a leader in science R&D and technology initiatives, with over 15 years of experience in IT services and consulting. She brings a wealth of expertise with strengths in big data, artificial intelligence, and innovation strategies for research and development. Her broad technical experience led her to found DeepScience in 2015 to capitalize on existing growth opportunities fulfilling the R&D and innovation needs of multinational companies.
Dahl obtained her Bachelors of Science in Biology from Duke University where she received the Reginaldo Howard full-tuition scholarship for academic merit and leadership. She also holds a Masters of Science in Ecology from the University of North Carolina of Chapel Hill where she was a predoctoral fellow of the National Science Foundation. Her research leaned heavily toward geographic information systems and remote sensing in the context of global and climate change.