AI Physics Powered by NVIDIA

Rescale is excited to announce AI Physics powered by NVIDIA is now in beta, a collaboration that sets a new standard for AI-accelerated science and engineering. This innovative offering marries the power of AI algorithms with physics simulations transforming traditional engineering processes, making them faster, more accurate, and significantly more efficient.

Key Benefits:

  • 1000X+ Faster Simulations: Utilize trained AI Physics models to run inference in milliseconds, drastically reducing traditional simulation times and speeding up design optimization from weeks to hours.
  • High Accuracy & Efficiency: Achieve over 98% accuracy compared to traditional CFD simulations and improve computing resource efficiency by 85%.
  • Cutting-Edge NVIDIA Technology: Leverages NVIDIA AI Enterprise suite’s certified and fully-supported AI pre-trained models, frameworks, and foundational developer tools, alongside the latest NVIDIA GPU-accelerated cloud infrastructure.
  • AI Application Marketplace: Access a rich application marketplace of AI Physics solvers featuring NAVASTO, Neural Concept, Physics X, Navier AI, Monolith AI, and more.
  • Seamless Integration: Effortlessly integrate with existing simulation data and workflows in Rescale.

Why It Matters: This integration not only signifies a leap toward the future of digital R&D but also offers practical benefits that directly impact time to market. Engineering teams can now harness the power of AI to accelerate R&D cycles, from aerodynamics optimization in automotive racing to material development and thermal management. With support for a wide range of physics domains, AI Physics on Rescale opens up new possibilities for innovation across industries.

Learn More: For a deeper dive into how AI Physics powered by NVIDIA on Rescale can transform your engineering processes, visit our product page, blog post, or reach out to your Rescale representative.

Explore the full potential of your R&D efforts with Rescale’s latest innovation, designed to bring unprecedented speed and precision to engineering and scientific research.