AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

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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Cromwell on AWS: A simpler and improved AWS Batch backend

The latest release of Cromwell (v52) includes a number of major changes and improvements to the AWS Batch backend for Cromwell. Among the numerous changes, we have enabled Cromwell’s Call Caching feature when using AWS Batch with files in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). This allows genomics researchers to efficiently develop and run workflows […]

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Subsurface data management: How to authenticate OSDU on AWS sandbox

Introduction Data is fueling subsurface innovation, yet getting the data into a format that enables novel analytical approaches and enables end users to focus on using novel data insights to solve problems is a key challenge.  The Open Group OSDU™ Forum is developing a standard data platform for the oil and gas industry, which will […]

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Executive Conversations: Building Resiliency with Jane Sun, CEO, Trip.com Group

Jane Sun, CEO of Trip.com Group Ltd., joins David Peller, Managing Director of AWS Travel and Hospitality, for a broad-ranging discussion about the recent disruption faced by travel and hospitality companies – and her company’s response to that disruption. Trip.com Group, a NASDAQ listed company since 2003 (NASDAQ: TCOM) has over 44,000 employees and over […]

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Conducting real-time utility equipment thermal monitoring using AWS IoT services

Delta Thermal is an industrial Internet of Things (IoT) company focused on one thing: We keep stuff from blowing up. We do this by finding hotspots in equipment before it’s too late to fix them. The hotspots we are focused on today are found in electricity transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment. In the electrical grid […]

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How Adani Renewables adopted an AWS microservices architecture for transformer health analytics

Adani Group is a diversified organization in India with combined revenue of $15 Bn comprising 6 publicly traded companies with a transport logistics, energy utility and infrastructure portfolio that has a pan-India presence. Adani owes its success and leadership position to its core philosophy of ‘Nation Building’ driven by ‘Growth with Goodness,” a guiding principle […]

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AWS Retail Series: Advice from our APN Partners on navigating the pandemic

COVID-19 has turned consumer behavior on its head, forcing retailers to reimagine the customer journey, rethink business operations, and double down on innovation. To help guide retailers as they navigate the challenges and opportunities associated with COVID-19, we reached out to our Retail Competency Partners to get an understanding of what they’ve learned during the […]

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Conducting end-to-end pharmacovigilance workflows using AWS technologies

Introduction Bio-pharmaceutical companies have always had a responsibility to report adverse events (AE), whether in clinical development or post market-approval scenarios, to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).  The COVID-19 pandemic and the race to find effective treatments for this disease has caused both the FDA and bio-pharmaceutical organizations around the world to re-imagine the […]

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