Automatic

  • Developed adapter that plugs in to a driver’s onboard diagnostics port (OBD-II) and syncs with the company’s free app to deliver connectivity to users; Automatic’s adapter costs $99.95
  • The adapter reads information from the car’s computer like accumulated mileage, ignition events, and d...

This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

AgilePQ

Company Profile | April 15, 2021

AgilePQ provides lightweight encryption communication security for IoT devices that can resist attacks from future quantum computers; the company's SLiM (Secure Last IoT Mile) product suite consists of a 2.4 KB library that can fit on microcontrollers down to Class 0 devices (the smallest ... Not part of subscription

Low code-focused IIoT platform developer Prescient Devices secures $2 million investment

News Commentary | May 14, 2021

Prescient Devices' software provides a low‑code framework that allows companies to build and scale IoT and edge computing solutions with reduced time to deployment. The company achieves this by allowing users to build IoT applications with a drag and drop‑based GUI called Node‑RED and using its low‑... Not part of subscription

Symboticware

Company Profile | November 11, 2021

Develops vehicle data‑capture devices and cloud software for visualization and predictive maintenance of off‑highway vehicles Claims differentiation in its ability to connect to 99% of off‑highway vehicles and its use of different communication modes to upload the data to cloud servers quicker ... To read more, click here.