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Cooper Standard’s Liveline Technologies Featured in Amazon Web Service Blog Series

Dedicated to addressing challenges the broader manufacturing industry faces in finding advanced automation solutions for their manufacturing processes, the Liveline Technologies team partnered with AWS (Amazon Web Services) to accelerate their time to market and recently participated in the AWS blog series as a member of their exclusive SaaS (Software as a Service) Factory.

The blog post titled, “Liveline TechnologiesTM Brings AI Innovation for Manufacturing Industry with the Support from SaaS Factory Team,” features a Q&A session with: Chris Couch, co-founder and CEO of Liveline Technologies and senior vice president, chief technology officer of Cooper Standard; Joseph Hernandez, co-founder and vice president of engineering at Liveline Technologies; and David Wade, principal solutions architect for Liveline Technologies.

The team discusses how Liveline Technologies, with the help of AWS SaaS Factory, is revolutionizing industries through the power of automation, data-driven capabilities, sustainability, and the democratization of cutting-edge AI tooling to drive Advanced Process Controls (APC).

In partnership with the AWS SaaS Factory team, Liveline Technologies launched a new AI-powered product suite as a SaaS solution on AWS.

Read the full Q&A blog post here: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/apn/liveline-technologies-artificial-intelligence-innovation-in-manufacturing-with-aws-saas-factory-support/  

About Liveline Technologies
Headquartered in Livonia, MI, Liveline Technologies leverages the most cutting-edge advancements in artificial intelligence to transform existing production assets into an autonomous system with real-time process controls. Liveline Technologies is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cooper Standard. Learn more at www.liveline.tech.

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