Amazon and Stellantis will collaborate to deliver software solutions for Stellantis' new digital cabin platform, STLA SmartCockpit, starting in 2024
Amazon and Stellantis N.V. (NYSE/MTA/Euronext Paris: STLA), a leading global automaker and mobility provider, announced a series of global, multi-year agreements that will transform the in-vehicle experience for millions of Stellantis customers and advance the mobility industry's transition to a sustainable, software-defined future.
Stellantis will accelerate its shift to becoming a sustainable mobility tech company through this relationship, which involves Amazon Devices, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Amazon Last Mile. Stellantis and Amazon will collaborate to deploy Amazon's technology and software expertise across Stellantis' organization, including vehicle development, building connected in-vehicle experiences, and training the next generation of automotive software engineers. Together, the two companies will create a suite of software-based products and services that seamlessly integrate with customers' digital lives and add value over time through regular over-the-air (OTA) software updates.
A combination of deep learning, natural language processing, and computer vision enables Amazon to hone in on the right amount of packaging for each product.
Finding the right amount of packaging to ship an item can be challenging - and at Amazon, an ever-changing catalog of hundreds of millions of products makes it an ongoing challenge. In addition, Amazon's scale also means it is impossible to solve this challenge using manual inspection to choose packaging for each and every item. For the same reason, general packaging rules and run-of-the-mill logic just won't cut it. What's required is a cutting-edge-smart automated mechanism that can adapt on the fly to changing circumstances.