AWS for Industries

Tag: big data

Kellogg’s Accelerates Next-Generation Analytics

“With every challenge, there’s always an opportunity,” says Garrett Byrne, Global Data and Analytics at Kellogg’s. Byrne joined CGT’s webinar, “Accelerating Next-Generation Analytics at Kellogg’s,” to discuss next-generation analytics alongside Albert Guffanti, Vice President and Group Publisher of CGT and RIS News, as well as our very own Justin Honaman, head of Worldwide Retail and […]

Getting Started with the Industrial Data Platform on AWS

Data is the key enabler to digital transformation and Industry 4.0. Manufacturers can use data to realize a single view of operations and derive operational insights. These insights can be used to improve production quality, make real-time prediction, and generate cost savings. Big Data analytics techniques can provide new capabilities related to measuring performance, maintenance, […]

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Turning TR-069 bulk data into insights with AWS IoT Core and analytics services on AWS

Communications service providers (CSPs) often manage millions of customer premises equipment devices (CPEs) to provide services to their customers. These devices come in different types depending on the underlying communications technologies. Cable modems and xDSL modems, set-top boxes, and wireless routers are some examples of equipment types we see in customer environments. To manage those […]

Acxiom's Amazon EMR architecture for model inferencing

How Acxiom reduced their model inference time from days to hours with Spark on Amazon EMR

Customer intelligence company Acxiom provides data-driven solutions that help marketers worldwide better understand their customers to create better customer experiences and drive business growth. To deliver these customer experiences, Acxiom builds and manages a large number of machine learning (ML) models on Amazon Web Services (AWS), using services like Amazon EMR—a solution for rapidly processing, […]

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Philips uses AWS ML to improve healthcare interoperability

Interoperability is a critical enabler for exchanging patient information between healthcare professionals and systems/applications to support evidence-based care at scale. The core of interoperability is sharing data between healthcare IT (HIT) applications, within and across healthcare organizations. Patient data is siloed in HIT applications, including Electronic Health Records (EHRs), medical devices, lab systems, radiology PACS […]

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In the News: How Autonomous Trucking Became the Unlikely Hero of Autonomous-Vehicle Development

This article originally appeared on Automotive News. In the first half of 2021, investors showered autonomous-trucking developers such as Plus and TuSimple with a record $5.6 billion. That’s up from $4.2 billion in all of 2020, according to research firm Pitchbook. Class 8 commercial trucks, the tractor trailers you pass every day on the highway, typically […]

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 […]

4 surprising restaurant industry trends

In the previous blog post 7 defunct restaurant brands we can learn from, I reviewed how some historic restaurant brands failed to adjust to changing consumer preferences and market dynamics. This post examines the restaurant industry trends that we are watching for in 2020 and how AWS prepares restaurants for the impact. Trend 1: The […]

Restaurants are hungry for data insights as food delivery analytics gains traction

This is a point of view from Wavicle — an AWS Select Tier Consulting Partner specialized in custom data, analytics, and cloud solutions. “Eating out is fun.” You may or may not remember that nostalgic tagline from decades ago. Now there’s a modern 21st century corollary to it: “Eating in is fun.” Whether at home, […]

A Travel Tech CEO’s journey from cloud skeptic to evangelist

As CEO of 3Victors, a travel big data AI startup, who spent the better part of his career solving tricky digital problems by tuning software to squeeze maximum performance from racks of bare metal computers, I was more than a bit skeptical of cloud computing. First, let me provide a little insight into my company […]