Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that Carrier, a leader in heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and more, has selected AWS as the company’s cloud provider to streamline operations, increase pace of innovation and deliver on potential of more sustainable, more intelligent buildings, AWS reported on Wednesday.
“To drive more innovation and connectivity to make buildings more sustainable, efficient, and comfortable…Carrier’s work with AWS is an integral part of our digital transformation, and AWS is the hyperscale platform on which we expect to turn connected product and ecosystem data into opportunities for segment growth, new market channels, and improved customer experiences.” said Bobby George, vice president and chief digital officer at Carrier.
AWS will utilize Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and use AWS ML services to gain insights from real-time and historical data recorded across manufacturing and supply chain lines, which will transform Carrier’s data lake. With the services, Carrier will gain efficiency, enable faster development of new offerings and bring innovations to its customers.
In addition, Carrier will use AWS’s IoT services, including AWS IoT Core, IoT Analytics and IoT Events. The intergration will connect Carrier’s products to intelligent systems and will allow AWS’s ML and artificial intelligence to learn from users’ habits, adjust automatically and improve efficiency without inhibiting performance.
Carrier will continue to build on AWS to deliver new software services, which will provide its customers to monitor, optimize, report, and forecast the performance and use of their IoT devices.
“With AWS’s unmatched set of cloud services, Carrier is positioned to leap ahead in its vision of transforming itself for the digital age, putting data to work to provide better customer experiences, and delivering agility that will enable it to remain a global leader in building technologies.” added Mike Clayville, vice president of AWS Worldwide Commercial Sales.
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