Siemens and AWS join forces to democratise generative AI

09 January 2024

Siemens and Amazon Web Services (AWS) set to are make it easier for businesses of all sizes and industries to build and scale generative artificial intelligence (AI) applications.

Domain experts in fields such as engineering and manufacturing will be able to create new and upgrade existing applications with advanced generative AI technology. To make this possible, Siemens is integrating Amazon Bedrock–- a service that offers a choice of foundation models from leading AI companies via a single API, along with security, privacy, and responsible AI capabilities – with Mendix, the low-code platform that is part of the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio. 
“By integrating Amazon Bedrock into our low-code platform, we are empowering everyone to create the applications needed to become more competitive, resilient, and sustainable,” said Roland Busch, CEO at Siemens. “Making smarter applications without programming expertise accelerates innovation and helps companies to tackle skilled labor shortages.” 

The solution will enable customers to select the generative AI model that best suits their specific use case and quickly and securely incorporate that model into their applications. This will make development simpler, faster, and more efficient. Previously, when developers wanted to integrate generative AI models, they had to obtain access credentials, and write specialised function code. With the new Mendix-Amazon Bedrock integration, this can now be done with just a few clicks. Teams can create smart, industry-hardened applications without dedicated programming knowledge and users can interact with information easily via a graphical interface and the simplicity of a drag and drop commands.  
Amazon Bedrock is a fully managed service that offers easy access to large language models and other foundation models, along with a broad set of capabilities needed to build generative AI applications.  

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