AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

What value can cloud computing deliver to the maritime industry?

Majority of the global trade happens at sea: the ocean shipping industry is at the core of the global economy, yet still enjoying a lower level of digitization. In this post we will review how companies in this vertical can take advantage of cloud computing to transform their business. Cloud computing can deliver value to […]

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TCS enables intelligent, real-time quality inspection for a Smart Factory with AWS Wavelength

Introduction The industry 4.0 revolution defines the framework for manufacturing industries to use network aware systems including sensors, automation systems and vision-based systems for automation of different industrial processes. More manufacturers are adopting industry 4.0 driven by advancement in technologies, competitive pressure, and complexities in the manufacturing process, which has given birth to the rise of […]

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How to deliver headless commerce in retail

Retailers who want to modernize their selling systems have a wealth of technologies available. Those who have already moved to a modern technology infrastructure are reaping the benefits of reduced maintenance, more business agility, and better customer experiences. CIOs can choose to refactor existing systems and slowly migrate functional areas, or they can make a […]

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DRAGEN reanalysis of the 1000 Genomes Dataset now available on the Registry of Open Data

Guest authored by Bryan Lajoie, Staff Bioinformatics Scientist at Illumina Inc. — We are pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive reanalysis of 3,202 deeply-sequenced samples from the 1000 Genomes Project(1kGP) using the Illumina DRAGEN (Dynamic Read Analysis for GENomics) Bio-IT platform. This seminal dataset will be freely available for researchers across the world to use […]

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LG Uses AWS Wavelength for Low-Latency, High-Throughput Delivery of V2X Data

The amount of technology enabling vehicular communications systems, and the degree to which these technologies are interconnected, continues to advance at a rapid pace. These advancements help facilitate real-time data communication between transportation agencies, law enforcement, and individual vehicles, helping to improve driver (and pedestrian) safety. The ability to move data in real-time is critical, […]

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How CPG brands are navigating the path to recovery

Unless your company produces and sells essential items, your economic outlook may have appeared bleak as you struggled to adjust to changing market conditions. Businesses had to understand new consumer behavior patterns, like trying new brands out of necessity or using online shopping for the first time. According to a recent Braze survey, one in […]

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Liveness Detection to Improve Fraud Prevention in Financial Institutions with Amazon Rekognition

Facial recognition is one of the common forms of biometrics employed across industries for fraud prevention. Fundamentally, facial recognition uses algorithms to distinguish an individual user’s unique features from those of similar faces in a “gallery” lineup. Facial biometrics are increasingly popular with financial institutions that are trying to balance between enhanced fraud prevention and a high-quality user experience. […]

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Enabling AI/ML workloads on WITSML data in the cloud with PDS WITSMLstudio

Guest authored by Eric Griffith, Digital Oil Field Division Manager at PDS Overview Oil and gas operators want their data scientists to run AI/ML workloads on Wellsite Information Transfer Markup Language (WITSML) data to extract more value from it. WITSML is an oil and gas industry data exchange standard in widespread use for delivering real-time […]

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Carrier and AWS collaborate to reduce food spoilage across the cold chain

Introduction Amazon Web Services (AWS) is helping power digital transformation to improve food sustainability for suppliers, manufacturers, logistics, consumers, and everyone in between. Announced on Oct. 8, AWS and Carrier are collaborating to innovate and develop Lynx, a digital platform that unifies the highly fragmented cold chain to reduce food spoilage, support end-to-end visibility, and […]

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OpenJaw and AWS help ANA prepare for take off

This post is authored by Brian Lewis, CTO of OpenJaw Technologies. — OpenJaw was founded in 2002, after which we followed what could be considered a traditional trajectory for any early 2000s travel tech solution provider. It developed software and secured customers who then ran those solutions in data centres managed by themselves or their […]

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