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Siemens Helps Shape the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" by Combining Its Software and AWS Cloud Capabilities
Siemens is a global leader in software and automation for industry, infrastructure, and healthcare. 24 out of the 25 largest car manufacturers in the world use Siemens software—as do 92 percent of all Fortune 500 companies.
In this video, Cedrik Neike, chief executive officer (CEO) for Siemens Digital Industries, details how Siemens works with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help shape the “fourth industrial revolution.” First, Siemens democratized access to its industrial software by migrating and transforming its existing industrial software into Software as a Service (SaaS), offerings powered by AWS—improving access and availability to customers of all sizes. Second, the company uses AWS services for Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics to merge its customer’s IT and operational technology (OT) data to accelerate digital transformation. This opens up data, not previously available, with interfaces that connect the edge to the cloud. Third, the company is developing low-code/no-code software, such as Mendix on AWS, making it easier for non-developers to build industrial applications up to 10 times faster.
We want to make sure that the next industrial revolution is environmentally sustainable—and socially responsible. We need to make it about scaling good ideas. So, what do we need to do to make this happen? Siemens and AWS are already working on it."
CEO for Siemens Digital Industries
AWS Services Used
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