Connected Car Data Use Cases
Put application-ready data to work in innovative mobility services
Aggregate and Personal Car Data Use Cases
Get data and insights about events on the road and in the car
Reduce congestion and pollution while increasing safety and efficiency for drivers and residents. Incorporating data from vehicles into smart city solutions provides deeper insight for congestion management, traffic flow optimization and route optimization, transportation system planning, emissions management, parking management, and more.
Develop advanced traffic management systems that incorporate connected car data into along with sensors and other sources. Improve real-time traffic flows, efficient traffic light controls, public transport, and dynamic signage.
Safety & Emergency Solutions
Improve response times, reduce congestion, decrease property damage, and save lives with connected car data. Information like airbag triggering, hard braking, speed, and location give emergency responders a headstart and also identify problem areas to transportation planners.
Operate and manage fleet assets more efficiently by accessing data without the need for telematics. Automate driver tasks such as parking or road usage tax payments or hours of service tracking for compliance. Improve driver safety monitoring, vehicle tracking, fuel management, and remote diagnostics.
Mapping & Planning Solutions
Aggregate, anonymous data generated by cars offers much deeper insights than simply tracking traffic speed. Capture location and environment information from connected cars to efficiently develop and update HD maps.Look at detailed traffic movements and the amount of time that drivers and passengers remain in an area in order to make smart decisions about opening or relocating commercial sites.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Services
Improve EV drivers’ experience when charging their vehicles and make EVs much more convenient to own. Optimally place EV charging stations to distribute energy across the grid by using historical EV traffic data. Offer EV charging applications that simplify the driver experience and stage charging to minimize energy costs.
Use connected car data to increase profitability and create better policyholder experiences. Connected car data provides a deeper and much more accurate view into driving behavior and can be used for pay-as-you-drive (PAYD) and pay-how-you-drive (PHYD) usage-based insurance, driver behavior monitoring and feedback, mileage verification, first notice of loss (FNOL) and claims processing, accident reconstruction, and advanced underwriting models.
Gain a valuable market research input to understand traffic around commercial centers that are reachable by car. Measure location and potential, customer traffic, and shopper behaviors so you can improve campaign effectiveness, deepen competitive intelligence, and optimize store operations.
Monitor the health of the entire fleet in real time. Transform raw trouble code data and other indicators of vehicle health, such as oil temperature or tire pressure, into actionable information. Easily keep track of a range of conditions that could take a vehicle out of service or increase operating costs.
Use vehicle data to detect when a vehicle enters or leaves a municipal parking spot. Automatically pay for parking at the correct rate using precise data about the parking session’s start and end. Save hundreds of hours for drivers, reduce overall parking costs, and eliminate parking fines.
Predict when a vehicle will likely experience a fault or need maintenance, based on diagnostic trouble codes and statistical inference from historical trends. Plan maintenance to keep the fleet working at peak performance.
Consumers are constantly exposed to media while driving. Today, advertisers, media brands, and agencies have few insights into the consumption patterns within and around vehicles. Using anonymized automotive data generated by connected cars, your company can create measurements and analytics that take into account trips and location data, as well as events within the vehicle such as audio system usage.
Operate fleets of construction equipment more efficiently by better utilization of data from embedded telematics in construction equipment. Increase profitability, improve jobsite safety, reduce risk, and innovate with a new data source.
Create a whole new world of personal services that help drivers get more from their cars. From roadside assistance and subscription-based fueling to car checkups and trunk delivery, connected car data can automate tasks and deliver faster, more personalized services.