In a manufacturing process, reports are critical for tracing problems and improvement. Technologies such as Industrial IoT (IIoT) can help companies improve reporting accuracy and traceability during the manufacturing process. Learn how Metrodata’s solution architecture aims for easy access as a reliable, durable, secure platform so customers no longer need to think about problems that may arise due to limited storage and lack of computing capabilities.
PCBL Limited has produced carbon black for over 60 years and established a presence in over 40 countries. As the company grew, it sought an opportunity to build operations that scale. However, its legacy, on-premises infrastructure was approaching end of life. PCBL Limited worked with IBM to support its move to SAP S/4HANA on AWS, and IBM helped identify processes to modernize and provided training and support to get both its data and employees comfortably settled in the new landscape.
Wipro moved Schneider Electric’s crucial on-premises SAP system onto AWS, completely re-architecting the system for the cloud, changing the operating system, upgrading databases, and migrating terabytes of data to AWS. The partner and customer both sought a goal larger than reducing the physical data center footprint: they aimed to improve digital supply chain operations and enhance the performance of Schneider Electric’s industrial automation business.
Within its vehicle data warehouse, global manufacturer Toyota North America can follow each vehicle’s origin story, from manufacturing plants to dealerships around the world. Using a next-generation data lake developed by Infosys Cobalt and built on AWS, Toyota North America can collect and analyze data from different manufacturing plants. Toyota North America also gathers supply chain data, such as where the car was manufactured and where it is shipping.
To improve the fault detection process, it’s crucial to monitor production systems and collect performance data in real-time using smart sensors and IoT devices. This post highlights the critical aspects of Quantiphi’s serverless, fully-managed, and streaming ETL pipeline, along with the benefits of the centralized lakehouse (data lake + data warehouse) solution built on AWS. Learn how the solution helped a U.S.-based manufacturing company make better decisions and improve their customer’s production efficiency.
Manufacturing simulation software enables organizations to simulate each step of the product manufacturing process, including primary and secondary operations. The digital manufacturing simulation platform from aPriori connects directly into industry-leading product lifecycle management (PLM) systems. Each time a new or modified digital twin CAD model is checked into a PLM vault, it automatically triggers a detailed manufacturability and cost analysis—with minimal interaction required by the end user.
Industrial data exists in different components and systems, in various formats, and with separate access protocols. To harness this data and benefit from the synergies of system-wide interoperability, businesses must effectively digitize shop floor data. Learn how Amorph Systems’ SMARTUNIFIER software complements AWS services to deliver leading-edge connectivity for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Amorph Systems is a leading developer of software technologies and products for industrial connectivity.
MachineMetrics, an AWS Industrial Software Competency Partner, is committed to supporting front-line workers on the manufacturing floor and in the medical field. By enabling mobile workers, industrial companies are better able to ensure the safety of their employees while continuing to serve their own customers. MachineMetrics is offering free access to its Industrial IoT platform to any manufacturer involved with the production of ventilator parts, test equipment, protective equipment, or COVID-19 treatment-related manufacturing.
Advances in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) have made smart factories a reality through the application of AI and cloud computing technologies. In this post, explore how EXOR International’s systems-on-module (SOM) and edge gateways, powered by Intel’s Cyclone V FPGA, allow system integrators and application builders to deliver AWS-based IIoT solutions with faster time-to-market, lower total cost of ownership, and reduced development efforts.
With connected IoT solutions built on AWS, businesses can be more proactive with maintenance instead of reactionary, allowing them to fix problems with machinery before they become critical. Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. teamed up with TensorIoT to solve for this use case. Together, they built an IoT solution on AWS that ensures the maintenance needs of Reliance’s industrial machinery are anticipated and that machines can be serviced before breaking down.