What does this Amazon Web Services Solution do?
The solution provides a tool chain for alert prediction including data store tool, data analysis tool, model process tool and data visualization tool, allows Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) speed up BMS Alert prediction machine learning developing process, and makes it easier to securely manage terabytes of BEV BMS and connected vehicle data for store and pipeline.
Amazon Web Services Solution overview
This solution is used for Battery Electric Vehicle(BEV) Battery Management System(BMS) alert prediction in automotive industry. The solution offers smooth workflow in Amazon Web Services Cloud that makes it easier to securely manage terabytes of data for battery and connected vehicle data to store and scale parallel algorithm training workloads to hundreds of cores in short time. Leveraging the Amazon SageMaker, the solution offers data engineer and scientist one-stop platform for data pre-processing, feature engineering, algorithm selection/training/fine-tuning and model deployment.
With Amazon S3, Amazon Lambda, Amazon SageMaker, Amazon DynamoDB and open-source Apache Superset, this solution offers machine learning developers and data scientists an entire tool chain for BMS Alert Prediction, including data store tool, data analysis tool, model process tool and data visualization tool.
Workflow in details:
1. OEM or BEV battery vendors upload battery data (captured with IoT, etc.) to S3 bucket.
2. SageMaker notebook instance obtain dataset from S3 bucket, which could be used for model training.
3. After model building, model training and model deployment, SageMaker outputs a runtime endpoint, which can be used to provide inference service.
4. Connected vehicles upload battery data (batch data) to S3 bucket.
5. S3 bucket create event invoke lambda function.
6. Lambda function invokes the deployed SageMaker endpoint, perform inference on the uploaded batch data.
7. Batch inference results are written into DymanoDB.
8. Batch inference results are written into S3 for superset visualization.
9. User invokes the prediction service via HTTP POST request.
10. API Gateway routes the request to lambda function.
11. Lambda function invokes the deployed SageMaker endpoint to perform inference with the post data as input.
12. API single inference results are written into Dymanodb.
13. API single inference results are written into S3 for superset visualization.
14. Superset is hosted in Fargate. Users can access inference results using SQL query.
15. Athena queries inference events from Glue Data Catalog.
16. The table defined in Glue Data Catalog describes the schema of inference events which are stored in S3 bucket.
BEV BMS Battery Consistency Bias Alarm Prediction
Last updated: 12/2020
Author: Amazon Web Services
Estimated deployment time: 10 min
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