The Floow, the specialist UK based telematics service provider is pleased to confirm that it has been appointed the supplier of smartphone applications and telematics data analytics to Direct Line Group for the recently launched Direct Line DrivePlus product range.
The Floow has been featured on Bdaily.co.uk in a new article following the company's move into Italy! Hailed as a "Sheffield-based telematics firm" working with a number of major clients, including AIG and Direct Line, The Floow has expanded oversees to create a new base in Milan.
AIG Ireland have officially released their first telematics app, named XLNTdriver, which was built and developed by us here at The Floow. Available for both iPhone and Android devices, the free and easy to use smartphone app provides you with a "visual representation" of all your recorded journeys.
The Floow Limited has teamed up with EPPICS and will contribute to the project with large scale movement data capture and analysis technology. The Event Prediction and Decision Support based on Huge Data from Physical-Social Systems project kicked off on February 1st 2014 and will run for 36 months with funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development & demonstration.
Today, Direct Line Group released their newest telematics app - DrivePlus Van! It has been developed by The Floow Limited, just like DLG's original DrivePlus, and is completely free to download for both new and existing customers. The easy-to-use app uses the GPS functionality in your phone to understand how you drive and monitor your journeys to give you a unique premium tailored to your individual driving style.
Their newest article talks about our "smart move" from the historic Aizelwood’s Mill to the renamed OXO House in Joiner Street. Our new offices sit at the top floor of the art deco building which was erected in 1936 by the construction group that built Sheffield City Hall, George Longden & Son. It was originally constructed as a storage and administration facility, however after OXO's owner Premier Foods gave the go ahead, it was renamed as OXO House following a £1.5m refurbishment.
The Star published an article today following our recent funding win. We are one of 13 small creative and digital businesses across England to benefit from a new funding initiative launched by Creative England which supports companies from the Creative and Digital Sector.
The Floow have been mentioned on the Insider Media website! Due to our forward-thinking and innovative ideas for content development, we are one of the first businesses to secure investment through Creative England’s Business Investment Fund.
We are leaders in the field of telematics, working to develop new software, applications and content to make driving safer and cheaper for everyone. The European Road Safety Charter is much more than a policy document, it is an invitation by the European Commission to take concrete actions, assess results and further heighten awareness about the need to reduce road accidents.
The Floow has moved from Aizelwood’s Mill, on Nursery Street, to the recently renamed OXO House, in Joiner Street. Now located on the top floor of the building, we have joined existing tenants Swanke Hayden Connell Architects and online brand communications specialist Side by Side creative.