High-performance computing environments for NOAA weather forecasting and research
space missions for NASA and the U.S. military
16.4-meter antennas built and four 9.1-meter antennas modified for NOAA’s weather satellites
Intersecting IT, science and mission services
Supercomputers process massive data sets and find answers to the most demanding computational problems. GDIT is a leading systems integrator of HPC systems with broad experience in large-scale supercomputers. We design, deploy and operate HPC systems for critical missions, including advanced weather forecasting and research and development.
We turn data into decisions, facilitating the management and interpretation of mountains of data. Through predictive analytics, we build models that forecast and classify outcomes. Our tools reveal actionable intelligence from the noise of raw data to identify relationships and anomalies
General Dynamics is a leading provider of satellite ground system solutions, building and upgrading systems that receive and route communications from Earth to satellites and spacecraft. We provide full spectrum satellite ground communications products including antennas, telescopes, controls, amplifiers, converters, and feeds.
GDIT AI makes what was once impossible possible. We use AI to expand human capacity through machine learning algorithms that learn from labeled data to automate tasks; natural language processing for entity extraction and semantic tagging; text analytics for sentiment analysis and clustering; data mining to find hidden relationships and deep learning.
GDIT translates the language of the cloud into the language of the mission. With over 50 cloud alliances, we offer the power of choice in providers and the latest cloud technologies in automation and security for workloads ranging from traditional compute to complex scientific models running on HPC-in-the-cloud environments.
We have the experience and expertise in operating large-scale enterprise processes that reduce risk and costs for mission-critical infrastructure. Our end-to-end capabilities support operation, maintenance and sustainment of systems while incorporating the latest technologies.
We’re designing and deploying supercomputers for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that will enable more accurate and longer range weather forecasting and climate modeling. An increase in computing power of 200 percent will support the National Weather Service in their mission to protect life and property.
The Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) is the U.S. Navy’s next-generation satellite communications system, connecting U.S. forces anytime, anywhere. General Dynamics leads the deployment of the MUOS ground system, including four ground stations facilities positioned around the globe assisting in the management and operation of the orbiting satellites.
Critical high-performance computing systems support the NOAA community in conducting research and development for environmental science. GDIT HPC services and systems integration support 430 PB of user data for weather, seasonal and climate model predictions, and we optimize workloads for on-premise and cloud-based HPC solutions.