|By Business Wire||
|September 24, 2013 10:08 AM EDT||
AnyDATA Corporation, a leading provider of smart car devices and connected service platforms, today announced the commercial availability of the ACT212 and ACT210 OBD-II dongles and the AnyDRIVE service platform for the insurance telematics market.
The AnyDRIVE service platform allows wireless operators and telematics solution providers to offer B2C as well as B2B services for the more than 200 million passenger cars with OBD-II interfaces in the United States. The service platform, optimized for OBD-II devices, is architected to share vital vehicle data with multiple solution providers across multiple verticals.
The AnyDRIVE devices, the ACT212 and ACT210, are perfect for addressing both the B2C and B2B markets. The ACT212 is a vertical market variation of the OBD-II device from AnyDATA that has been qualified by a major US CDMA operator for their retail sales. The ACT210, with its built-in insurance data processing capability, is the ideal OBD device to address the insurance telematics market. Without the limitations of similar module-based designs, the rugged ACT212 and ACT210 have the best cost and performance in the market. Both OBD-II dongles are certified for use on the Sprint and Verizon Wireless networks and are commercially available now.
“We’re very excited about the expanding market for intelligent vehicle telematics,” said Peter Pak, VP of US Sales at AnyDATA. “Using our AnyDRIVE devices and the OpenAPI services in our AnyDRIVE platform, telematics solution providers and app developers without wireless interface experience can build comprehensive end-to-end service solutions for their customers very quickly. As part of our commitment to vehicle telematics, additional OBD-II devices to address various market needs are coming soon from AnyDATA.”
The AnyDRIVE devices plug directly into a vehicle’s OBD-II port, capturing vital vehicle and driver information in real-time. Designed for use in the usage-based insurance, fleet tracking, rental car, and car dealership markets, the devices also come equipped with GPS, 3-axis accelerometer, and Bluetooth connectivity for maximum engagement between the application, the vehicle, and the driver. The large internal memory and processing power of the ACT212 and ACT210 make it possible to minimize data usage costs by pre-processing large amounts of data on-board, reducing the amount of data needed for transmission.
For more information about the AnyDRIVE devices and service platform, please visit www.anydata.com.
AnyDATA Corporation develops and markets a range of smart car devices and mHealth products that combine an expertise in location-based services (LBS) platform and 2G/3G/4G wireless technologies with various smart sensor technologies. The company’s key strength lies in its strong engineering and ability to create differentiated value for its customers by rapidly developing diverse wireless products and providing end-to-end integrated wireless solutions. As a wireless business enabler, our expertise in enabling non-wireless business partners to become wireless device/solution providers is a major asset to our business partners. With R&D centers in US, Korea, and China, AnyDATA products have been certified by more than 60 wireless operators in 45 countries.
AnyDATA Corporation was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. Further information can be found at www.anydata.com.
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