AWS for Industries

AWS re:Invent 2019 – Manufacturing Industry Guide

From December 2 to December 6, we expect more than 60,000 attendees will spread out across six venues on the Las Vegas Strip, promising to make re:Invent 2019 the biggest re:Invent yet. The manufacturing industry continues to be a key focus area for AWS with a growing number of industry leaders leveraging AWS to optimize production, speed product design and time to market, improve quality and machine availability, and lower costs.

For manufacturing industry attendees looking to get the most out of their experience, follow the steps below:

  • Register for re:Invent
  • Review the Manufacturing Attendee Guide for a target list of sessions, as well as other recommended sessions of interest from other tracks
  • Start planning your schedule now by “favoriting” sessions you are interested in. Seat reservations open October 15.
  • Check back on this post regularly, as we’ll continually update it to reflect the newest information.

With nearly 40 manufacturing related-sessions across breakouts, workshops, chalk talks, and builder sessions, we have something for operational leaders, business leaders, technologists, and developers alike.

Sessions in the MFG- Manufacturing Track

MFG205-L – Leadership session: From BI to AI at INVISTA

MFG206-L – Leadership session: AWS for the Semiconductor industry

MFG201 – Optimizing Aerospace manufacturing operations & supply chain with AWS

MFG202 – Building on AWS: The architecture of the Siemens MindSphere platform

MFG203 – Modernizing pharmaceutical manufacturing with IoT and AI/ML

MFG204 – Volkswagen takes production to the cloud

MFG301 – Real-time machine monitoring using AWS IoT services

MFG302 – Manufacturing reference architecture deep dive

MFG303 – AWS smart product solution: Reference implementation for manufacturers

MFG304 – Electronic design automation: Scaling EDA workflows

MFG305 – Smart factory insights with a manufacturing data lake

MFG401 – Predictive maintenance with AWS industrial IoT services

MFG402 – Asset condition monitoring with AWS industrial IoT services

MFG403 – Telemetry as the foundation for workflow analytics in a hybrid environment

MFG404 – Using Amazon SageMaker to improve semiconductor yields

MFG405 – Launch a turnkey scale-out compute environment in minutes on AWS

Also, stop by to see the “Soup Demo” in the Quad at the Aria, pick up a tasty treat, and learn how AWS works with machine builders to connect to disparate devices to extract machine data, manage those connections, and leverage AWS services to extract value from that data.

Have a specific question?  Stop by the “Ask the experts” pod in the Manufacturing and Automotive Lounge in the Aria, Level 3 West, Ironwood Foyer, or if you prefer to schedule a meeting, reach out to your Account Manager to coordinate.

Click below to view the full Manufacturing Attendee Guide.

Scot Wlodarczak

Scot Wlodarczak

Scot joined AWS in July 2018, where he now manages the manufacturing industry marketing efforts. Scot worked previously at Cisco, and Rockwell Automation where he held roles as Industrial Marketing Manager and Regional Marketing Leader. Scot has focused on marketing to industrial customers 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.