AWS for Industries

Accelerate digital transformation across the chemicals value chain at ACHEMA 2024

Are you ready to discover the latest innovations in the process industry? Attend ACHEMA – the leading process industry event – on June 10-14 in Frankfurt, Germany. The event brings manufacturers and service providers from over 50 countries together to explore, experience and discuss offerings for chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech research and manufacturing as well as energy and environmental services. ACHEMA, which occurs every two years, has been a driving force for process innovation and the changes it has undergone for over 100 years.

For the first time, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has a dedicated presence at the event with a booth in the Digitalization Hall 11 Stand No. E81. Visit our booth to speak with one of our cloud experts to see how AWS can help chemical manufacturers achieve step change improvements across the value chain by deploying innovative technologies like High Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), generative AI, Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), and Analytics. Learn how AWS simplifies and speeds digital transformation across the entire value chain from research and development (R&D), production, supply chain, and how AWS enables new business models in collaboration with our partners.

Some key highlights that you can expect from AWS at the event include:

1. Hear best practices on digital transformation around a data driven enterprise and application of AI in areas, like production operations and supply chain, with leading chemical industry customer examples.

2. Discover the art of what’s possible with AWS technologies in sessions throughout the week, ranging from topics like industrial data strategy to quantum computing to OT security:

Title: OT security in Cloud for a Process Plant
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
10/06/2024, 12:00 – 12:30

Title: Industrial Data Fabric
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
11/06/2024, 10:00 – 10:30

Title: Quantum Computing for the Chemical Industry
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
11/06/2024, 14:30 – 14:45

Title: Artificial intelligence and autonomous systems in process industry
Location: Europa – 4.0
12/06/2024, 13:00 – 14:00

Title: Power of industrial AI
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
13/06/2024, 12:00 – 12:30

Title: AWS Supply Chain for Process industries
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
14/06/2024, 10:00 – 10:30

Title: Amazon’s Culture of Innovation
Location: Siemens Digital Innovation Stage
14/06/2024, 11:30 – 12:00

3. Meet AWS global leaders and industry SMEs to learn about chemical industry specific advanced AI/ ML and generative AI capabilities on AWS and how you can leverage these technologies to innovate

4. Meet our industry aligned AWS Partners in our booth, including Cognite, AVEVA, Cool Planet, Deloitte and learn how these joint collaborations support the industry digitalization needs.

From improving agility and lowering cost, to optimizing manufacturing operations and sustainability, AWS empowers chemical manufacturers to unlock new levels of efficiency and competitive advantage. By establishing secure industrial data architectures that provide unprecedented visibility, manufacturers can contextualize disparate data sources to drive continuous improvement. Talk with our team to learn about our breadth of purpose-built industrial services, AI/ML capabilities, a robust partner network, and culture of innovation. You’ll see how AWS is enabling chemical manufacturers to outmaneuver uncertainty and speed industrial transformation. Visit the AWS booth at ACHEMA to learn how the AWS can simplify and speed your digital transformation efforts, or learn more about AWS in the chemical industry at:

Scot Wlodarczak

Scot Wlodarczak

Scot joined AWS in July 2018 as an industry marketer. Scot worked previously at Cisco, and Rockwell Automation where he held roles as Industrial Marketing Manager and Regional Marketing Leader. Scot markets to industrial customers to help guide them on their digital transformation journey, and bridging the gap between IT and operations. He has experience in automation across a wide range of industries. Scot holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from SUNY - Buffalo, and an MBA from Colorado University. He lives in Colorado.