Carsome is Southeast Asia’s largest integrated car ecommerce platform. With operations across Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore, they aim to digitize the region’s used car industry by reshaping and elevating the car buying and selling experience. Here’s how they’re using Amazon SageMaker to free up resources to innovate.
Founded in 2016, Kavak is the digital platform that’s making it easier than ever to buy and sell cars. The Mexico City-based founded startup recently achieved “unicorn” status after reaching a $1.15 billion valuation, the first tech company in the country to do so. As Kavak expands its operations to Argentina and sets sights on Brazil, we sit down with Vice President of Data Science, Anders Christiansen, to chat about how machine learning and AWS serverless services helped build the engine behind the company’s ever-improving workflow.
Founded in 2015, Root Insurance utilizes the technology in your mobile phone and Amazon SageMaker to offer smarter, fairer, insurance prices based on actual driving data.
Not long ago, eeMobility was fully dependent on an external team who decided how and where to run its software. Initially this allowed them to focus on developing our very young software solution and deliver feature after feature. However, as both the platform and the desire to become independent evolved, they knew an infrastructure solution tailored to fit our needs was a must. Here’s what they did next.
For Deepen AI founder Mohammad Musa, working on autonomous tech is more than just being on the cutting edge of development; it’s about family.
David Hallac is the founder and CEO of Viaduct, a new company creating a machine learning platform for managing, analyzing, and monetizing automotive data.
Founded in 2015, Carlabs.ai offers an artificial intelligence-based customer service platform for the auto industry.
Especially in urban areas, people are hailing rideshares and hopping on employer-provided shuttles with increasing frequency. These services rely on uniquely tailored platforms—and that’s Ridecell’s area of expertise.
While data is extremely important in all technology industries, this importance is perhaps taken to another level with autonomous driving. Autonomous vehicles, for example, will generate roughly four to five terabytes of data an hour, meaning a fleet of 2,000 cars will generate more data a day than Facebook. That’s per Chris Heiser, Co-Founder and CEO of Renovo, a startup built to help companies process these new streams of data.
Transfix is hauling the trucking industry into the 21st century. They’ve built a digital freight marketplace that matches and connects shippers with carriers based on a number of key variables like location, success rate and pricing. Critical to that success is Amazon SageMaker.