US connected car platform company Mojio debuted Mojio Drive, which it described as “an expanding marketplace of apps and services for nearly every car on the road today”.
“With more than 800 developers using Mojio’s open platform creating apps and services that span the entire automotive market – from vehicle maintenance apps to data-driven auto insurance services – Mojio is at the forefront of the connected car economy, enabling drivers to save hundreds of dollars per year,” Jay Giraud, CEO, said.
The company’s technology works using a device which plugs into a car’s OBD port. It has partnered with AT&T, Telus and Deutsche Telekom to provide mobile connectivity.
Apps available cover areas such as vehicle maintenance and repairs, roadside assistance, auto insurance, safety and security, and productivity.
Mojio Drive is available via web browsers.