Automotive Data Service Platform, Otonomo has announced that it is collaborating with Microsoft to build services on top of Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform.
According to the company, this will make it easier for OEMs to take advantage of Otonomo’s data services so they can deliver next-generation driving experiences with built in data privacy protection.
The Otonomo Platform securely ingests automotive data from OEMs, fleet operators, etc., then reshapes and enriches the data so application and service providers can use it to develop a host of new and innovative offerings that deliver value to consumers.
The Otonomo ecosystem, with partners across twelve industries, provides a rich diversity of service offerings, including emergency response, mapping, on-demand fueling, parking, predictive maintenance, usage-based insurance, media measurement, in-vehicle package delivery, and dozens of smart city services.
Through the collaboration with Microsoft, OEMs adopting the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform can plug their connected car data into Otonomo’s existing ecosystem to roll out new connected car services. With a straightforward way to bring “services of the future” to today’s drivers, the collaboration will provide new value to OEMs, drivers and service providers alike.
Source: Press Release