AWS for Industries

Category: Manufacturing

Discover how to build smarter machines with AWS at Hannover Messe-USA

Uncover why cloud is the foundation of smart manufacturing Launching a smart, connected product or machine can be a challenge. You have to build applications that can use data from sensors and scale. You need visibility into how people are using your products and machines. And you need to ensure quality is topnotch. Imagine a […]

Visit AWS at SEMICON West and DAC, July 12-14 in San Francisco, CA

This year AWS is excited to exhibit at SEMICON West in San Francisco, July 12-14, 2022. Read this blog to learn more about the show, our booth exhibit, speaking sessions, and opportunities to engage with us at both SEMICON West and DAC. One ticket, two conferences! About SEMICON West and DAC SEMICON West 2022 connects […]

Getting Started with the Industrial Data Platform on AWS

Data is the key enabler to digital transformation and Industry 4.0. Manufacturers can use data to realize a single view of operations and derive operational insights. These insights can be used to improve production quality, make real-time prediction, and generate cost savings. Big Data analytics techniques can provide new capabilities related to measuring performance, maintenance, […]

Industrial Personnel & Hazard Tracking with Amazon Location Service

Introduction Hot work is defined as any operation that could be an origin of ignition in an environment with flammable materials. According to the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB), hot work is one of the most common causes of worker death. It is also leading cause of industrial fires. A hot work […]

AWS delivers on the promise of Industry 4.0 at The Smart Factory @ Wichita

Deloitte’s Smart Factory Accelerator built on AWS contextualizes the factory of the future through immersive, sustainable experiential lab at Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus Making “factory of the future” a reality For years, the promise of the “factory of the future” was a distant dream; automated design, production, and delivery logistics all managed via a […]

How NXP is Moving Chip Design to AWS

In 2021, NXP selected AWS as its preferred cloud partner to migrate the vast majority of its silicon design workloads from NXP data centers to AWS. The migration is well underway, and a number of teams have already taped out projects in their AWS cloud environment. In this blog post, we share more about NXP’s […]

Begin your Industry 4.0 transformation with AWS at Hannover Messe, May 30-June 2, 2022

After two years of virtual shows, the world’s largest industrial trade fair, Hannover Messe, returns at the end of May, 2022 in Hannover, Germany. From Monday, May 30, to Thursday, June 2, Hannover Messe  organizers expect over 2500 exhibitors to re-launch this in-person event. This year’s show theme focuses on Industrial Transformation and how networked […]

AWS Industrial Insights Podcast Episode 9 Jon Ripley

Episode 9: Don’t move junk. Convince your leaders of a self-funding cloud migration with this 3-step approach.

About AWS Industrial Insights Welcome to AWS Industrial Insights. In every episode, we interview visionary leaders from industrial companies to share their insights on technology, innovation, and leadership. This podcast is for industrial business leaders who are looking to make data-driven decisions and learn from those who’ve experienced similar challenges. By interviewing leading executives, we’ll […]

Integrating OPC UA machine events into the Amazon Virtual Andon solution

Introduction In modern IT, everybody speaks about microservices and integration between different systems. But when we look at the shop floor, the reality is that there are a lot of different protocols depending on the machine vendor. Even when the protocol is well understood, there is still a need to implement protocol-specific adapters to convert […]

INVISTA refactors critical legacy shop floor application using AWS

About INVISTA INVISTA is a global manufacturer of chemical intermediates, polymers, and fibers. From parts for the automotive industry to medical equipment, air bags, food packaging, carpet and clothing, our ingredients in the nylon 6,6 and polypropylene value chains help bring many of life’s essential products to market. A subsidiary of Koch Industries since 2004, […]