German automobile retailer Robert Bosch is teaming with Canadian startup Mojio to get some-more vehicles connected wirelessly to a far-reaching operation of digital services, from word companies to puncture responders, a companies pronounced Wednesday.
Bosch pronounced it was investing in Vancouver-based Mojio as partial of a startup’s Series B appropriation round. The volume of a investment was not disclosed.
Mojio, that was founded in 2012 and has lifted some-more than $40 million, formerly has cumulative investments from Amazon and Deutsche Telekom, as good as from AOL owner Steve Case.
Bosch and Mojio aim to bond some-more vehicles to a internet and accumulate information to support services for consumers and car manufacturers, as partial of Bosch’s Connected Mobility Solutions group.
The initial concentration of that bid is on car communication, diagnostics and pile-up showing and notification, according to organisation executive Kevin Mull.
“By removing entrance to an implausible volume of [vehicle] data, including really accurate pile-up showing information with Bosch, we should be means to save lives and make a word claims routine some-more effective,” pronounced Mojio CEO Kenny Hawk.
Mull pronounced word companies will be means to establish a astringency of a pile-up from information supposing by a vehicle, and hoop some claims remotely rather than promulgation out an adjuster.