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Tag: AWS IoT

Britvic enables secure, touchless drink dispense using AWS IoT and serverless technologies

Achieving tasty, healthy, and sustainable hydration can’t be done without a technical overhaul—especially when solving the touchless challenge. Britvic, a UK-based soft drinks company, is the largest supplier of branded still soft drinks and the second largest supplier of branded carbonated soft drinks in the UK, as well as an industry leader in Brazil, Ireland, […]

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Building a foundation for GxP regulated IoT workloads on AWS

Building a foundation for GxP regulated IoT workloads on AWS

Overview Industry 4.0 brought technology advancement in interconnectivity, automation, and analytics capabilities. This advancement coupled with Internet of Things (IoT) drives increased integration of instrument data in the cloud. As you start integrating IoT into the cloud infrastructure, there may be questions about IoT best practices and the GxP qualification process. The objective of this […]

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Integrating OPC UA machine events into the Amazon Virtual Andon solution

Introduction In modern IT, everybody speaks about microservices and integration between different systems. But when we look at the shop floor, the reality is that there are a lot of different protocols depending on the machine vendor. Even when the protocol is well understood, there is still a need to implement protocol-specific adapters to convert […]

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Application integration in utility smart metering using AWS

Introduction Power distribution utilities implement information and operational technology (IT/OT) applications to manage power distribution commercial activities and grid operations. These IT/OT applications include billing, customer care, smart metering, advanced distribution management systems (ADMS), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), and outage management systems (OMS). In order to successfully run business processes – such as […]

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How Greenko uses AWS IoT and serverless for wind monitoring

India is going through a revolution in renewable energy (RE). During fiscal years 2016–2020, the Indian RE generation space saw a compound annual growth rate of 17.33 percent. This was fueled by dedicated support from the government in the form of RE-focused policies such as the Green Energy Corridor Project and increased investment in the […]

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Monetize Your 5G Investments Using Cognizant’s Digital Services Marketplace on AWS

Introduction Communications service providers (CSPs) are striving to transform their businesses to ensure success in the digital world and position themselves to be digital service providers (DSP). They understand the need to evolve their architectures to simplify the delivery of connectivity and to enable the launch of new market offers through a multidimensional open ecosystem. […]

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Your Guide to SPS 2021: AWS integration throughout the digital automation industry

Overview The SPS (Smart Production Solutions) conference is just a few weeks away. Join AWS on-site in Nuremberg, Germany with our AWS Partners to learn from industry professionals, watch demonstrations, and engage with companies that feature AWS services as a valuable part of their digital automation solutions. Attend the speaking sessions and watch the on-demand […]

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How Amazon Achieves Near-Real-Time Renewable Energy Plant Monitoring to Optimize Performance Using AWS

As part of the goal to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2040, Amazon is on a path to powering its operations with 100 percent renewable energy by 2025—five years ahead of the original target of 2030. In June 2021, Amazon became the world’s largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy, reaching 65 percent renewable energy across […]

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Automating Wind Farm Maintenance Using Drones and AI

Introduction Turbine maintenance is an expensive, high-risk task. According to a recent analysis from the news website, wind farm owners are expected to spend more than $40 billion on operations and maintenance over a decade. Another recent study finds by using drone-based inspection instead of traditional rope-based inspection, you can reduce the operational costs by 70% […]

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