Customer Stories / Automotive

2020
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RIO Builds On AWS to Bring Digital Innovation to the Transportation and Logistics Sector

The company started in the cloud and is now embracing an Amazon Web Services (AWS)–first mentality, favoring solutions built on AWS over self-hosted ones.

Part of the TRATON Group (previously Volkswagen Truck & Bus), RIO develops digital products that connect logistics and telematics data to offer shippers and carriers real-time visibility on their shipments. RIO collaborates with Volkswagen Group Logistics, which operates 18,000 truckloads across Europe daily. 

According to Christian Deger, chief architect at RIO, the company started in the cloud and is now embracing an Amazon Web Services (AWS)–first mentality, favoring solutions built on AWS over self-hosted ones. RIO uses AWS to create an open, scalable, and agile unified cloud platform for transportation and logistics management, on which everyone in the supply chain can connect. “AWS allows us to ingest and process IoT data from our devices without worrying about scaling and storage capacities. We know that, if the load increases, AWS can scale,” says Deger.

To learn more about how AWS is driving digital transformation in the automotive industry, visit aws.amazon.com/automotive.

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We changed the way services are deployed. They can now deploy a service within 15 minutes, and previously was days. Overall, the time from idea to prototype has decreased and also the lead time from commit to production has decreased.”

Christian Deger
Chief Architect, RIO

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