Otonomo said its mobility intelligence platform cleanses, harmonises, and secures vehicle data and makes it readily accessible through its straightforward API and user-friendly platform.
Under the terms of the partnership, Audi will provide Otonomo with data points from Audi connected cars, ranging from odometer readings to crash information, including impact location and severity.
Audi and Otonomo will start with a couple of dozens of data points, spanning use cases such as pay-as-you-drive (PAYD) for usage-based insurance, first notification of loss (FNOL), and vehicle status.
With consumers in mind, Otonomo said, this data can be used to augment and innovate traditional service offerings, especially when it comes to insurance, vehicle safety and stolen vehicle recovery.
Ben Volkow, CEO and co-founder of Otonomo, said, “Otonomo’s vehicle data platform will bring value to Audi buyers. It will make it easy for Audi to simplify access to Audi connected car data and accelerates the time-to-value of data-driven business models.”
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