The Connected Car/Automotive market has seen significant transformations over the last few years. Companies such as Tesla, Google, NVIDIA and Uber have transformed the traditional concept of a car from being a largely mechanical device to being a fully connected service. While the "connected" car can be considered part of "Internet of Things", the features, security and analysis required are far more critical and hence it stands on its own as a separate vertical.
HSC's Connected Car Driving Analytics Platform
HSC’s Driving and Video Analytics platform is the first of its kind API based platform that allows OEMs, ISVs and solution providers to use multiple sensory inputs to evaluate driving transgressions, distractions, safety and other situations. The core platform is powered by videoCORE and webCORE, two powerful Machine Learning powered API platforms that work on mobile sensor data to compute driving distraction, texting as well as has the ability to fuse this data with videos from overhead traffic cameras and/or dashcams.
Unlike other solutions, this is completely API based (it does come with a portal that is optional) and completely customizable for new scenarios, such as driver/passenger transgressions on public vehicles, parking lot rules etc. The solution comprises of:
HSC's Connected Car Cloud Offering Explainer Video
HSC's Driving Infraction Platform
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HSC’s Offerings for Fleet Management Industry:
By 2023, the fleet management industry is estimated to grow to a whopping $ 150 bn in the North America market alone. The fleet management industry is truly digitally transforming itself from the core by going beyond the usual requirements of route optimization and fleet tracking. Some of the major players in the fleet management industry are Insurance companies, passenger fleet, supply chain fleet and companies offering road assistance. While Insurance companies are looking to lower cost by replacing surveyor for low-value claims, passenger fleet companies want to increase monetization opportunities by showing location-based advertisements. Supply chain and passenger fleet companies are looking for enhanced risk management by employing means for driver coaching and distraction avoidance. And finally, companies offering roadside assistance want to make it more convenient by providing on-demand assistance.
How can HSC help these companies?
HSC has a bouquet of solutions and accelerators that cater to these differentiated needs of the fleet management market.
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