AWS Startups Blog
Paladin AI Looks to Improve Airline Pilot Training Using ML and AWS
Paladin AI is a company that uses machine learning to reinvent the pilot training process. Historically, aviation certifications relied heavily on subjective instructor scoring. The team at Paladin AI is looking to leverage data and ML algorithms to both make process easier and more accurate.
How Electric Jet Startup Lilium is Rethinking Aviation
Andrew Welling, Head of Program Management at electric jet startup Lilium, talks about how their jets take off and land, the problems that arise from running on batteries, who will be able to use their service, and why the design of their aircraft is innovative.
How AWS Helps Skylight Build Weather Reports for Aviation Companies
Who likes to talk about the weather? Pilots. In fact they need to do a lot more than talk about the weather. They need to know the data from the inside out.
How DroneInch Builds Software for Autonomous Drones
Founded in 2017, DroneInch builds software for remote autonomous flight of off-the-shelf drones.
From Paid Pilots to Tenders: Readaar’s Advice on Selling to Local Governments
Readaar co-founder Matthijs van Til explains how his startup, which buys imagery and sells data, learned how to sell their product to local governments.