AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS development on AWS Part 1: Achieving Scale

Companies focused on Autonomous Vehicle (AV) and ADAS (Advanced Driving-Assistance Systems) development require extensive computing resources to accelerate the development process and get ADS/ADAS vehicles to roads. A typical SAE L2+ company collects and stores 10s-100s of TBs of new vehicle data daily that they have to process and analyze. They need 1000s of GPUs […]

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Smart Energy Water unlocks global utility digital transformation using AWS

Digital transformation is reinventing the core operations of electric, gas, and water utilities. Over the last several years, digitization has helped utilities evolve to meet current and future challenges. As innovation now touches business- and customer-centric operations, the question is this: How has the rapid scale of adoption occurred? A new generation of proactive customers […]

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Datalex and AWS are Modernizing Airline Retailing

This post is authored by Ryan Estes, VP of Technology at Datalex — Technology advancements have always been at the forefront of expansion and innovation in air travel. This is just as true for planes and as it is for the airline retailing experience. After recently celebrating 100 years of international travel, it is hard […]

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At-scale Genomic Data Compression, Storage, and Access Using PetaGene on AWS: Reference Architecture

Analysis of large-scale genomic data is the foundation for developing new treatments that make personalized medicine a reality. However, access to these multi-petabyte datasets brings challenges in terms of managing storage and compute infrastructure. The scale and flexibility of AWS resources are ideal for such projects. AWS has developed a Reference Architecture for compression and […]

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Scaling EDA Workloads using Scale-Out Computing on AWS

  Introduction Semiconductor and electronics companies using electronic design automation (EDA) applications can significantly accelerate their product development lifecycle and time to market by taking advantage of the near infinite compute, storage, and other resources available on AWS. In this workload enablement blog post, I provide architectural and system-level guidance to build out an environment […]

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Imagining a high-touch, yet touchless hotel experience

“One of the only ways to get out of a tight box is to invent your way out” – Jeff Bezos Industries are going through difficult times; global businesses impacted by the prolonged lockdown must transform challenges into great opportunities. The world has witnessed similar events in the past, although maybe not quite at this […]

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Accessing Japan Exchange Group (JPX) arrownet through AWS

We often hear the term “undifferentiated heavy lifting.” This refers to resource-intensive work that needs to be done, but doesn’t differentiate you from your competitors. Building servers and applying security patches to your OS are examples. Such tasks take away time, talent, and capital from higher-value initiatives that set your products and services apart. At […]

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Preparing restaurant, catering, and food service companies for the California Consumer Privacy Act

Notice: Customers are responsible for making their own independent assessment of the information in this blog post. This post: (a) is for informational purposes only and nothing in this post constitutes (or is intended to constitute) legal guidance or advice with respect to the matters set forth herein, (b) represents current AWS product offerings and […]

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Enabling efficient patient care using Amazon AI services

Artificial intelligence can speed up the development of new drug development, be a bridge to personalized medicine using the information of our genomes, and help address the problem of a chronic shortage of doctors (especially in countries where health services are underdeveloped). However, significant challenges remain before we can get there. The challenge The application […]

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Improving fraud prevention in financial institutions by building a liveness detection architecture

Facial recognition is an important tool for identifying a person. Facial recognition systems are already popular worldwide and are used to prevent fraud, particularly in financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies. Although facial recognition systems are relatively new, counterfeiters have already developed ways to bypass them including impersonation, or with the use of […]

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