Data is your advantage
Data is how you win. It is one of your most important assets. It is your competitive advantage. But all too often, materials data is scattered and trapped in places that make it difficult to find and impossible to use. The Citrine Platform is your team’s central resource, making critical data available to inform better decisions and enabling them to hit their targets faster.
Knowledge + Data + AI = Speed
Data isn’t your only asset. Your teams are the best in the world at what they do. They have decades of accumulated expertise. With the Citrine Platform, your teams combine their knowledge and their technical data with AI algorithms built to understand chemistry and physics—leading to new, high-performance materials and chemicals faster than ever before.
Your Partner In New Capability
Digital transformation is not a moment in time. It is a change in culture. It is a change in practice. Like the adoption of Six Sigma, bringing AI into an organization is not simple but will yield enormous benefits over the long term. From the Citrine Platform itself to the training and support in the adoption of these next-generation technologies, to working with your teams to create centers of excellence and new capabilities within your organization, our approach is to be your resource as you embark on your digital transformation journey.
CUSTOMERS AND PARTNERS
Customers, universities, and national labs partner with Citrine to manage their data, and accelerate materials research.
DATALAB – The materials informatics podcast
Learn about the latest materials informatics trends from global business, academic, and government leaders.
Joerg Hellwig – Digital Transformation in the Materials and Chemicals Industry
In this episode, Joerg Hellwig, Chief Digital Officer of LANXESS AG, provides an industry perspective on the importance of using data as a primary asset to drive accelerated materials and chemicals development.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto – Building an AI Technology Hub for the Benefit of All
Dr. Cynthia Arnold – The business case for materials informatics
Dr. Cynthia Arnold shares her experience driving technology innovation at some of the world’s largest materials companies. Dr. Arnold outlines the business case for using data-driven materials and chemicals development, which she compares to the technology/culture shift of the Six Sigma movement.