AWS for Industries

Tag: Amazon Athena

How JOYN.AI leverages the AWS building blocks

Streamline Oil and Gas Production Operations Using JOYN Oil & Gas Production SaaS Solution

Overview Oil and gas operators are looking to eliminate inefficiencies in their production operations and field services by using innovative and cost-effective technology. For example, in the oil and gas field operations, typically most operators run a fixed route every day without being able to prioritize high-volume wells or issues that need fixing due to […]

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FSI Services Spotlight: Athena

Editor’s note: Visit AWS FSI Services Spotlight to view the previous posts of the monthly blog series. In this edition of Financial Services Industry (FSI) Service Spotlight monthly blog series, we highlight five key considerations as they pertain to Amazon Athena including achieving compliance, data protection, isolation of compute environments, audits with APIs, and operational […]

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Calculating growing degree days using AWS Registry of Open Data

The selection of specific crops (corn, soybeans, wheat etc.) is dictated by the heat units and length of the growing season.  This is commonly calculated as Growing Degree Units.  The AWS Registry of Open Data contains global weather datasets dating back over 200 years enabling agricultural crop breeders in the seed/chemical/fertilizer business to optimize their […]

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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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AWS Public Database program adds valuable MIMIC-III dataset for researchers

Biomedical researchers require access to accurate, detailed data. The MIT Laboratory of Computational Physiology (LCP) MIMIC-III dataset is a popular resource that captures a variety of measures longitudinally over time, across many patients, and can drive analytics and machine learning toward research discovery and improved clinical decision-making. Recently, the MIT Laboratory of Computational Physiology (LCP) […]

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