AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

Advancing corporate energy goals through flexibility management for renewable energy portfolios

In recent years, corporate sustainability efforts have evolved from marketing campaigns championed by progressive tech companies into mainstream, multi-faceted programs, highly scrutinized by customers, shareholders, and employees. Today, nearly every major company has some sustainability initiative, with these investments frequently being pursued as an attractive financial strategy in addition to prudent public relations. Energy management […]

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How cloud increases flexibility of trading risk infrastructure for FRTB compliance

The Basel Regulatory Framework strives for a strict boundary between financial institutions’ trading books and banking books to prevent regulatory arbitrage. The Trade Book element of these regulations (the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book or FRTB) seeks, in exchange for more rigorous risk modeling, to strengthen trade risk management allowing institutions to optimize the […]

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Vector and AWS join forces to accelerate the future of energy

Note: This blog is derived from a Vector/AWS July 27, 2020 Media Alert Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced a multi-year strategic alliance with Vector, one of New Zealand’s largest energy companies, to jointly develop the New Energy Platform (NEP). Powered by AWS, the NEP is an Internet of Things (IoT) and […]

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Supporting digital signature and secure message transmissions for Brazilian Instant Payment Systems with AWS CloudHSM

Brazilian financial institutions such as banks, investment brokers, and insurance companies are authorized to use cloud services, as long as they comply with applicable legal and regulatory requirements. AWS has a Compliance Center that offers financial institutions a central location to research cloud-related regulatory requirements and how they impact your industry. For example, the Resolution 4658 provides for the cyber […]

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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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Automating the Installation Qualification (IQ) Step to Expedite GxP Compliance

Good practice (GxP) guidelines were established by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and aim to ensure organizations working in life sciences develop, manufacture, and distribute products that are safe, meet quality guidelines, and are fit for use. GxP compliance has been a part of the life sciences industry for many years and heavily influences […]

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The Cow Collar Wearable: How Halter benefits from FreeRTOS

Who is Halter, and what IoT product are they building? Halter (https://halterhq.com), based in New Zealand, is an agri-tech original equipment manufacturer (OEM) that focuses on cattle herd management. Halter creates GPS enabled, solar powered smart collars for cows. The collar hardware allows farmers to interact with an easy-to-use app to remotely set geographic boundaries […]

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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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