In a recent interview with leading tech journalist, Simon Brooke, on behalf of a Raconteur supplement which appeared in The Times, our founder and CEO Aldo Monteforte considered the role that telematics has played in changing the face of car insurance, as well as the impact that collating better data insurers can have on the relationship insurers have with their customers.
As announced today by the Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, a consortium of companies, led by Bosch, will help position the UK as a world leader in automated and self-driving cars.
With winter now firmly upon us, adverse weather and longer periods of darkness can make driving more hazardous than any other time of year. Here at The Floow our team of telematics analysts can clearly see through the data captured by thousands of journeys a year that people’s driving behaviour changes dramatically at this time – predominantly the result of a lack of experience when it comes to tackling extreme weather conditions.
A UK telematics company that was handpicked to accompany Prime Minister David Cameron on a business tour of South East Asia earlier this year, today took part in a ‘milestone’ signing ceremony – marking its commitment to partner with a leading Chinese car service organisation that would ‘bring safer and cheaper mobility to the Chinese market’.
The Floow, already the trusted provider of telematics data services to the world’s leading insurers, has been appointed by the Renault-Nissan Alliance to deliver an analytics suite using original data from current and future generations of Renault and Nissan vehicles, in a partnership the two businesses today referred to as ‘innovative and ground-breaking’.
Telematics organisation The Floow is amongst just 30 British businesses chosen to accompany Prime Minister David Cameron on a trip to South East Asia this week in a bid to promote the UK’s fast-expanding financial technology sector.
OpenCo is a one-day event where start-ups and corporates open their doors to local executives, entrepreneurs, investors, influencers, and the tech community, and share their thoughts on innovation, tech, and the great work they are doing. This event offers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the UK's most dynamic and innovative start-ups, entrepreneurs and businesses.
The University of Sheffield's Faculty of Engineering is holding an event to launch their new Transport Innovation Centre Sheffield (TICS) as part of the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) University Partner Programme.