AWS for Industries

Category: Energy (Oil & Gas)

Integrate Operational Technology data from OSIsoft PI with AWS services

Large industrial enterprises in manufacturing, oil and gas, and electric transmission and distribution collect operational technology (OT) data from millions of sensors. Much of this valuable data remains unused sitting in historians with 80% of the world’s largest oil and gas companies and 65% of the industrial companies in the Fortune 500 relying on the […]

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Accelerating subsurface collaboration with streamlined raster image rendering

OAG Analytics software running on AWS accelerates collaboration between geoscientists and data scientists with seamless interaction of 100+ GB geo-encoded raster images in a web browser or mobile device. Problem Large geotagged raster images are frequently used as input data to, and are generated by, hybrid machine learning workflows that quantify subsurface resources like hydrocarbons, copper, […]

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Simplify Manufacturing Execution System deployment and management using the iBASEt Solumina QuickStart

The implementation, management and support of a Manufacturing Execution System has traditionally been quite challenging. Obstacles to deployment include complex systems integration, scarce local resources (hardware, subject matter experts, downtime to implement, etc.) and lack of sufficient budget to implement in a timely manner. Once installed, time and resources must be invested to accommodate production […]

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Innovation acceleration: Digital transformation is key to energy industry survival

Download a Free Copy It’s not news that the global energy sector is facing its biggest challenge in recent history, driven by simultaneous demand and supply shocks that have driven the cost of energy to its lowest levels in history. Leaders in the energy industry, regardless of the company’s size or position in the value […]

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Simplify seismic data management and improve decision-making using serverless solutions

Major oil and gas companies are likely to have seismic data spanning decades and consuming Petabytes (PBs) of storage. This seismic data is often stored across a variety of different storage mediums depending on operational requirements, including: Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Magnetic tapes and USB devices. This data management approach has led to seismic data duplication […]

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