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Learn how Zeleros, a startup developing an innovative hyperloop system to revolutionize ground travel, optimized quality and efficiency of its simulations with high performance computing (HPC) on AWS.
Arm adopted Solido Variation Designer software from Siemens EDA to verify IP across the full range of process, voltage, and temperature combinations.
Formlabs experienced fewer errors caused by CAD revision management, better real-time collaboration and innovation, and productive new hires starting day one—without incurring additional IT overhead.
Using 42Q’s software-as-a-service solution, Weir created a blueprint for digitizing shop floor operations that plant operators could quickly roll out and modify for their specific environment.
Running on AWS helps VSeA meet critical industry standards for data connections and deliver reliable availability to its engineers.
By empowering those who understand manufacturing problems best, Terex increased productivity and improved the worker experience for the company as a whole.
Working with Autodesk and AWS, SRAM embraced the concept of generative design, which uses the power of cloud computing, to speed time to design and time to market while optimizing performance.
By implementing MachineMetrics Industrial IoT Platform, which leverages Amazon Web Services (AWS), Morgan Olson was able to automatically collect and analyze production data.
NavVis joined forces with Fluke Reliability to develop a joint solution powered by AWS that enables virtual walkthroughs of facilities to help with remote equipment monitoring.
The combined performance of AWS HPC and end-to-end Cadence flow ultimately accelerated the time to market for the II-VI integrated circuits (ICs), empowering the II-VI engineers.
By deploying Seeq within its AWS environment, Covestro further empowers employees to share data capsules, models, and insights between locations.
Prime Air chose to deploy Simcenter STAR-CCM+ on AWS in order to scale compute power up and down as needed. With AWS, engineers can run simulations without having to wait in a queue.
Running on AWS helps Nutrien centralize, manage, and contextualize its operational data in an enterprise scalable Industrial Data Platform.