AWS for Industries

Category: Industries

Technology rewrites the guest experience

John Padgett, Chief Experience and Innovation Officer for Carnival Corporation, has spent the past 15 years working to ensure we all get the most out of our valuable vacation time. With the theme “Technology Rewrites the Guest Experience”, John joined David Peller, Managing Director, Travel and Hospitality, Amazon Web Services (AWS) ‘on stage’ at the […]

Read More

Uncovering digital transformation at SKIFT Global Forum 2020

I’ve been attending the SKIFT Global Forum, one of the premier global events for the travel and hospitality industry, for many years. This year was unique for a few reasons, first among them being the fact that the event was a completely virtual experience. Another difference this year was that my colleague David Peller, Managing […]

Read More

Transform New Product Introduction (NPI) with AWS to reduce cycle times and increase innovation throughput

Introduction Welcome to our first Hi-Tech / Electronics blog post! This post begins a series of industry-focused blogs that present an AWS perspective and customer stories on how critical enterprise functions are being transformed using AWS. We are a globally distributed industry team, dedicated to helping customers around the world reinvent themselves, to accelerate their […]

Read More

Real-time operational monitoring of renewable energy assets with AWS IoT

IoT technology has led to an explosion of data being ingested by business value streams. Manufacturing, power and utilities, telecommunications, transportation, and retail are part of a growing group of industrial markets that now realize the far reaching impact of IoT data and the tremendous value that can be derived from it. Consider European utilities […]

Read More

Four Trends Shaping Digital Transformation in the Automotive Industry

The automotive industry is in the midst of transformative change led by innovations in cloud technology. In a world where consumers expect a seamless shopping experience, desire for mobility options, and their automobile to be as personalized as their smartphone, we can expect the pace of change in the automotive space to accelerate. AWS helps […]

Read More

Broad Institute gnomAD data now accessible on the Registry of Open Data on AWS

Co-authored by Grace Tiao, Associate Director of Computational Genomics at the Broad Institute and Erin Chu, DVM, Ph.D., Life Sciences Lead, AWS Open Data Program Today we announce that data from the Genome Aggregation Consortium (gnomAD) is available for the first time on Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of the Registry of Open Data […]

Read More

Executive Conversations: Building Resiliency with Bonny Simi, President, JetBlue Technology Ventures

Bonny Simi, President of JetBlue Technology Ventures joins Massimo Morin, Head of Travel and Hospitality Solutions at Amazon Web Services (AWS), for a broad-ranging discussion about the recent disruption faced by travel and hospitality companies – and her company’s response to that disruption. JetBlue Technolgoy Ventures is the venture capital arm of JetBlue Airways. Their […]

Read More

Secure collaboration with Altium on AWS

Introduction A forecast from International Data Corporate (IDC), a global market intelligence firm, predicts that by 2025 there will 55.9 billion connected devices, or “Internet of Things (IOT)”, worldwide. With these new devices, the need for Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design software will continue to grow. However, just having the right tools in the hands […]

Read More

3M Hackathon: Machine learning for every developer

Hackathons give organizations an opportunity to focus engineering resources on solving challenges or driving bursts of innovation. On July 27, 2020, 3M hosted a week-long virtual 3MHackathon20: The Curiosity Code 2.0 where 800 3Mers from across the globe came together to solve real-world challenges using automation, machine learning, and various other technologies. In this hackathon, […]

Read More

Building Amazon Neptune based MedDRA terminology mapping for pharmacovigilance and adverse event reporting

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Life Science companies are witnessing substantial growth in number of Adverse Events (AE) being reported for their products. This may be due to the increase in data volumes coming from journals, articles, social media, and non-standardized data sources. Evolving regulations […]

Read More