Yesterday we announced that Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation has deployed Microsoft Azure HDInsight, powered by Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP ®), in the public cloud to power the company’s connected data architecture.
Notably, “Mitsubishi Fuso’s big data strategy began in 2014 and since then the company has undergone a process to modernize all operations. With HDInsight powered by HDP, the company can collect and analyze various datasets across vehicle sensors and back-end repositories to streamline operations and provide better service to customers. Hortonworks professional services ensured smooth deployment and stable operation of Mitsubishi Fuso’s connected data architecture.”
You can read the full press release here.
The automobile industry as a whole is facing serious disruption. New technologies, increased competition, globalization, and a shifting consumer base are upturning long-standing business models and forcing change. The top auto manufacturers are embracing Big Data and analytics to survive this tumultuous period, derive new customer insights, drive new innovations, and improve our collective driving experiences.
To learn more, check out our white paper on the Connected Car, and watch the video below:
If you haven’t registered for the DataWorks Summit in San Jose (June 13-15), now is the time! The Keynote and Enterprise Adoption breakout sessions will be packed full of Big Data use cases and customer stories like Mitsubishi’s above. Check out the agenda here and be sure to register!