What’s trending in the IoT space

BERNARD MOON | March 1, 2016

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Our team has been active as investors in the Internet of Things and hardware space over the past two years. We have read pitches from hundreds of companies, met with dozens, read hundreds of research reports and spoken with various experts. We have invested in six IoT/hardware companies from our global seed fund and seven from our startup accelerator.With this accumulated knowledge, we decided to create an easy to read overview for others to get up to speed on this trending space of IoT. Here is our full report; the following is a summary of what we learned.

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Airbiquity is a global leader in connected car services innovation. Our global connected car platform, Choreo, connects millions of vehicles and processes hundreds of millions of transactions each month at secure private cloud data centers in Asia, North America, and Europe. Choreo makes it simple for automotive OEMs, tier one suppliers, mobile network operators, and content providers to deliver in-vehicle innovation to today’s always-on drivers. Airbiquity is poised to continue its leadership role as a global connected car services provider while extending the Choreo platform to service other M2M/IoT markets internationally.Specialties includes Telematics, Connected Vehicle Services, Automotive, Fleet Management, Mobile Application Integration, Hardware & Software Integration, SaaS, Connected Car, Private Cloud, M2M.

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