Princeton TMX Developer Wins AWS Award

April 16, 2018

Learn about ReadToMe – The first place winner of the AWS DeepLens Challenge Hackathon

When Alex Schultz first heard about the AWS DeepLens workshop in Dr. Matt Wood’s keynote address at re:Invent 2017, little did he know that a few months later he would be the first place winner of the AWS DeepLens Challenge Hackathon, owe his kids $400, and be the star of a blog post on the AWS Machine Learning Blog!

Before starting this project Alex had no machine learning experience, however, in just a few weeks he was up and running—building and training models, and hungry to do more. We interviewed Alex about his experience with AWS DeepLens and asked him to do a deep dive into how he created his winning entry.

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Princeton TMX Introduces Sustainability Tool Within its TMS

Princeton TMX Introduces Sustainability Tool Within its TMS

New tool measures carbon footprint at the point of shipment execution promoting more sustainable supply chain networks March 19, 2024 (Fort Wayne, IN) – Princeton TMX, a leading multi-modal transportation management system (TMS) provider, today announced the release...