Ashok Leyland: Driving the Performance of Connected Vehicles
Founded in 1948, Ashok Leyland has been at the forefront of the automotive industry for decades. It is the second largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in India, the fourth largest manufacturer of buses in the world, and 10th largest manufacturer of trucks globally. In Ashok Leyland’s journey to meet evolving customer demand, this USD$4 Billion organisation developed iAlert, a connected vehicle telematics platform. Migrating to AWS, this automotive leader earned a host of business benefits, including cost reductions, a 300% improvement in data processing speed, a 40% uplift in KPI computation, and the ability for its data scientists to analyse telematics data much faster by using tools from AWS, thereby providing its end customers with deep insights.
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