Veniam and Single Digits make it easy for mobile IoT and connected vehicles to use Wi-Fi on the move.
Digital applications running on TomTom IndiGO - the world's first open digital cockpit software platform - will be able to transfer more infotainment data and software updates using Veniam's intelligent networking.
Voltaiq partners with Veniam to provide global solution for transferring electrified vehicle battery data
Voltaiq will leverage the leading intelligent networking platform to transfer and analyze battery information at an unprecedented scale.
The completely re-imagined Smart Dash Cam, Nextbase iQ, transforms driver safety, driver assistance and vehicle security.
Nexar will leverage Veniam's technology at the edge, making data flows efficient, cost effective and easier for different cars to collaborate in understanding the world and thus drive safely.
“Autonomous vehicle” may end up looking like a misnomer, once the first driverless cars actually hit the road. Sure, AVs need to be capable of autonomy—but like humans, they’re much better when connected, to the cloud and to each other.
As a society, we expect constant and ubiquitous connectivity from our mobile devices, and we’re frustrated when we can’t get a signal to access the information and services we need.
The race is well underway on for both automakers and tech companies to produce the first generation of autonomous vehicles, with optimistic minds expecting the first commercial models to hit the road by 2020.