AWS for Industries

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Three Disruptive Technologies That CPG Fleet Management Teams Should Consider

In part two of this blog series, How CPGs and Logistics Vendors Can Optimize Fleet Management with an AWS Data Lake, we explained how fleet management teams for consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies can create a highly scalable Amazon Web Services (AWS) data lake to gain actionable insights from real-time data, driver safety scores, and […]

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Excelfore Automotive OTA Solution on AWS

Building a Scalable Standardized Pipeline for Automotive OTA on AWS

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. In this blog, we’ll describe how Excelfore was able to use AWS Cloud services to deliver a scalable, secure and easy to manage OTA solution for automotive OEM, Maruti Suzuki. The demand for an intelligent, safer, and smarter vehicle is […]

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Broadridge Advances the Proxy Voting Data Process Using Artificial Intelligence on AWS

How does a company build a solution to a complex business challenge when the required technology and skills are new to the organization? Global fintech company Broadridge Financial Solutions (Broadridge) faced this question as it considered how to improve the operational efficiency of its Proxy Policies and Insights (PPI) tool. Broadridge has used Amazon Web […]

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How to Run What-if Scenarios for Trading Strategies with Amazon FinSpace

Introduction In an earlier blog post, we described an architecture for backtesting machine learning-based trading strategies on AWS. One of the key components in this architecture is the data management and analytics component. Depending on the specific use case, there are various options to implement this. Many companies adopt solutions based on data lakes and […]

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Enabling efficient patient care using Amazon AI services

Artificial intelligence can speed up the development of new drug development, be a bridge to personalized medicine using the information of our genomes, and help address the problem of a chronic shortage of doctors (especially in countries where health services are underdeveloped). However, significant challenges remain before we can get there. The challenge The application […]

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Improving fraud prevention in financial institutions by building a liveness detection architecture

Facial recognition is an important tool for identifying a person. Facial recognition systems are already popular worldwide and are used to prevent fraud, particularly in financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies. Although facial recognition systems are relatively new, counterfeiters have already developed ways to bypass them including impersonation, or with the use of […]

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Four trends driving global utility digitization

The Power & Utilities industry has reached an inflection point in digitization as early adopters give way to early majority growth. Our utility customers have shared four trends that have accelerated their digitization plans enabled by cloud technology and services. Sustainability is imperative Utility stakeholders including regulators, customers, and investors are pressuring utilities to declare […]

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Global OHDSI COVID-19 Study-A-Thon Produces Important Insights

What happens when a pandemic cancels your annual scientific meeting? You improvise. The Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI, pronounced “odyssey”) community planned to celebrate recent research initiatives and discuss future efforts during the annual European Symposium at Oxford University in late March. COVID-19 had other plans. Opting to flatten the curve, symposium organizers […]

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How utility executives elevate the customer experience with Amazon Connect

Utility executives share common benchmark success metrics when reporting to stakeholders including customers, regulators, elected officials, and investors. Regulated investor-owned utilities focus on long-term metrics such regulated rates of return (ROR) and service reliability benchmarks such as Customer Average Interruption Duration Index (CAIDI). Energy retail executives focus closely on customer satisfaction (CSAT) scores and customer […]

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Forecasting energy usage using Amazon machine learning and data lakes

Executives within utilities and energy providers of all types and sizes have multiple ongoing needs to forecast energy usage. For example, as chief customer officer, your teams can use energy forecasts at the household level to proactively engage homeowners with high bill alerts and predict pre-pay or month-end energy charges. As the head of energy […]

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