Manufacturing use cases and solutions
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Computer Vision for Quality Insights
Collect and analyze data from disparate sources, including cameras from multiple vendors, which saves significant time compared to manual inspection.
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Matterport Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies enable the creation of digital twins, which are dimensionally accurate 3D digital models that can be updated quickly to reflect changes with its physical counterpart.
NavVis IVION Enterprise is a platform that allows manufacturing professionals to collaborate and make decisions, based on actual site conditions. NavVis IVION Go is an app powered by AR positioning technology, that enables to sync up information with their physical context and location.
Mendix App Platform
Mendix, a Siemens business and the global leader in enterprise low-code, is fundamentally reinventing the way applications are built in the digital enterprise.
Phantom is a non-intrusive, AI @ Edge, AIoT based asset and energy monitoring solution. A powerful combination of sensors, software and services, Phantom is perfect for monitoring equipment status and metrics in real-time.
Guidance for Cognizant's APEx Quality Management through Computer Vision on AWS
Reduce the time required to set up an in-plant computer vision (CV) quality detection system.
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Volkswagen Group on AWS
The Volkswagen Group plans to revolutionize its global operations, building the Volkswagen Industrial Cloud on AWS with the goal of becoming the world’s leading software-driven automotive company.
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Cloud-enabled Smart Factory
Manufacturers are embracing digital technologies to transform, and leveraging data to make data-driven decisions, further automate processes, and leverage innovations like machine learning, computer vision, and robotics.
Communicate a bold vision (featuring Volkswagen)
Learn from Nihar Patel and Frank Goeller (Volkswagen) and Douglas Bellin (AWS) as they share their strategies for upgrading and replacing existing systems.
How Cloud Solutions Help Transform Manufacturing Operations: Executive Series with Porsche AG’s Albrecht Reimold
The Volkswagen Group Digital Production Platform (DPP) is making a significant contribution to Porsche’s digital transformation within production and logistics.
Amazon Virtual Andon
The Amazon Virtual Andon solution provides a scalable Andon system to help optimize processes, support the transition to predictive maintenance, and prevent future equipment issues.
AWS Industrial IoT
AWS Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions bring machines, cloud computing, analytics, and people together to improve the performance and productivity of industrial processes. With IIoT, industrial companies can digitize processes, transform business models, and improve performance and productivity, while decreasing waste.
Deloitte Smart Factory Fabric
Deloitte Smart Factory Fabric is a pre-configured suite of cloud-based IoT applications for the smart factory delivers operational insights to improve performance and reduce costs by increasing visibility, improving production, improving quality, and reducing unplanned downtime.
Autodesk Forge on AWS
Autodesk Forge is a cloud developer platform for building custom software applications, workflows, and integrations across industries such as manufacturing, architecture, engineering, and construction.
Volkswagen Industrial Cloud
Volkswagen Group manufactures some 11 million cars per year and brings 200 million parts per day into its factories—a massive scale at which to operate an effective global supply chain. Volkswagen is working with AWS to move its 124 factory sites to a single architecture: the Volkswagen Industrial Cloud.