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Category: AWS Professional Services

Optimize F1 aerodynamic geometries via Design of Experiments and machine learning

FORMULA 1 (F1) cars are the fastest regulated road-course racing vehicles in the world. Although these open-wheel automobiles are only 20–30 kilometers (or 12–18 miles) per-hour faster than top-of-the-line sports cars, they can speed around corners up to five times as fast due to the powerful aerodynamic downforce they create. Downforce is the vertical force […]

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Part 4: How NatWest Group migrated ML models to Amazon SageMaker architectures

The adoption of AWS cloud technology at NatWest Group means moving our machine learning (ML) workloads to a more robust and scalable solution, while reducing our time-to-live to deliver the best products and services for our customers. In this cloud adoption journey, we selected the Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) model to migrate to AWS. The […]

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Part 2: How NatWest Group built a secure, compliant, self-service MLOps platform using AWS Service Catalog and Amazon SageMaker

This is the second post of a four-part series detailing how NatWest Group, a major financial services institution, partnered with AWS Professional Services to build a new machine learning operations (MLOps) platform. In this post, we share how the NatWest Group utilized AWS to enable the self-service deployment of their standardized, secure, and compliant MLOps […]

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How Intel Olympic Technology Group built a smart coaching SaaS application by deploying pose estimation models – Part 1

The Intel Olympic Technology Group (OTG), a division within Intel focused on bringing cutting-edge technology to Olympic athletes, collaborated with AWS Machine Learning Professional Services (MLPS) to build a smart coaching software as a service (SaaS) application using computer vision (CV)-based pose estimation models. Pose estimation is a class of machine learning (ML) model that […]

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Accelerating the deployment of PPE detection solution to comply with safety guidelines

Personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face covers (face mask), hand covers (gloves), and head covers (helmet) are essential for many businesses. For example, helmets are required at construction sites for employee safety, and gloves and face masks are required in the restaurant industry for hygienic operations. In the current COVID-19 pandemic environment, PPE compliance […]

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