AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

Using cloud-based, data-informed, power system models to engineer utility reliability

Grid simulations power various applications in the utility engineering value chain, from planning to operations. Driven by decarbonization, decentralization and digitization goals, utilities need these model-based simulations to be more detailed, accurate and faster than ever, while leveraging an increasing number of high-resolution grid measurements. This blog introduces some of the challenges associated with data-informed, […]

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Replique: Venture of BASF incubator Chemovator builds a digital solution on AWS to manufacture spare parts on demand

Replique, a venture of chemical company BASF’s business incubator Chemovator, uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide a fully encrypted digital inventory solution for on-demand manufacturing and shipping of spare parts. Comprising the whole process, Replique’s turnkey solution provides original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) the benefits of cost reduction, unlimited global availability of spare parts, and […]

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Hospitality Operators Shift Toward Experiential Dining With Gotab

A guest blog by Tim McLaughlin, CEO of GoTab Inc. If the COVID-19 pandemic has proven anything, it is that the hospitality industry has to embrace technology to move forward, especially during challenging times. As restaurant, bar, brewery, winery, and entertainment venue operators discovered 2 years ago, operations can be severely disrupted by external factors […]

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Create 3D content for simulation using Ambit

Near-real-time 3D simulation has become an essential tool in the development of robots and autonomous vehicles. As an augmentation to real-world testing, simulation helps developers to test the sensing capability and behavior of their systems against a wider range of potential real-world scenarios. To test with confidence, developers and scientists want to generate the widest […]

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Revitalizing Customer Experience: Transforming the New Era of Hospitality

A highlight of my chosen profession is the opportunity to exchange experiences, perspectives, observations, and ideas with colleagues who are equally as passionate about the restaurant and food service industry. One such recent opportunity saw me join Joe Jensen, Vice President of the Internet of Things (IoT) Group and General Manager of Retail, Banking, Hospitality, […]

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Broadcom reduces workbench testing time and cost with AWS Lambda and AWS Glue

Introduction Workbench testing is a key step in the manufacturing of semiconductor chips. Testing consists of sending electrical signals to semiconductor devices and comparing output signals to expected values. It is essential to ensure that the produced devices work according to specifications. Workbench testing is also time consuming and costly, so we do not want […]

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Graphing the utility grid on AWS

The high cost of grid failure When electricity goes out, our life activities stop. When this happens, utilities have the responsibility to quickly triage the situation, then formulate and carry out a response while customers are inconvenienced. Danger rises and costs pile up. Keeping the power on is not a simple task without multiple core […]

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Running WDL workflows at scale with Amazon Genomics CLI and MiniWDL

Today, AWS for Genomics announces the addition of miniWDL as a workflow engine in Amazon Genomics CLI, an open source tool that makes it easier to run genomics workflows at-scale by automating the deployment of workflow engines and compute clusters. MiniWDL is a lightweight engine for running Workflow Definition Language (WDL) based workflows developed by […]

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How to Build a Microservices Architecture for Retail with Infosys Equinox

Ecommerce is Becoming Ever More Important According to this Forbes article from April 2021, global ecommerce sales were expected to reach $4.2 trillion, and “surveys of consumers in the United Kingdom, Japan, and the United States showed online shopping is becoming the preferred method of grocery shopping for a growing number of consumers.” While that […]

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Strategies to Improve Inbound Detention Time in the CPG Industry

Overview of Trucking Detention Time Inbound detention time is the time spent loading supplier goods at the warehouse, and outbound detention time is the time spent unloading goods from the warehouse and onto destination delivery trucks. Lengthy detention times have put pressure on the trucking industry for years. This has caused serious consequences to both […]

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