AWS for Industries

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BKV Breaks Free from Siloed Systems with Cloudwick’s Amorphic Data Cloud for AWS

Across the oil and gas industry, companies struggle to gain insights from data spread across siloed systems and processes. For BKV Corporation (BKV), these challenges were all too familiar, but the energy company recognized that unlocking the full value of its data was necessary for future growth. After a large acquisition in 2020, BKV knew […]

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Predicting the failure of turbofan engines using SpeedWise Machine Learning.

1. Introduction Equipment failure imposes an enormous burden on industry. It is estimated that unplanned downtime reduces plant productive capacity by between 5 and 20 percent and costs industrial manufacturers $50 billion annually. The cost to repair or replace equipment may be significant, but the true cost of unplanned equipment failure is its consequences. The […]

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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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How Opus One Solutions is helping utilities decarbonize effectively with AWS-powered planning system

From Utility Dive’s 2020 State of the Electric Utility Survey, it’s clear that the transition to clean energy continues to be the biggest driver of sector transformation. Of the 566 utility executives and professionals surveyed around the world, 46 percent said sustainability, integration of renewable energy, and environmental concerns were most important to their business. […]

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Genomic pathogen surveillance using Nextflow on AWS

The Centre for Genomic Pathogen Surveillance (CGPS) is based at the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge and The Big Data Institute, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. The Centre hopes to enable the linking and real-time interpretation of data globally to track pathogens and antimicrobial resistance in a cost-effective manner. Using AWS CloudFormation and AWS […]

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