Frost & Sullivan Applauds Mobile Devices’ Development of its Flagship In-vehicle Remote Diagnostic Platform, the Solution

Embedding a powerful ARM processor @664MHz and supported by wireless 2G, 3G, or 4G cellular communication, the platform collects in-vehicle data and processes it onboard and remotely in a cloud platform, for real-time scanning.

Embedding a powerful ARM processor @664MHz and supported by wireless 2G, 3G, or 4G cellular communication, the platform collects in-vehicle data and processes it onboard and remotely in a cloud platform, for real-time scanning. The most important part is the company’s unique Multistack technology which allows the solution to:

Dynamically load the vehicle-specific part of the OBD stack in the device to automatically match the configuration of any light or heavy vehicle Combine multiple original equipment manufacturer (OEM) stacks to offer the largest coverage of vehicles in the market Multistack allows programming in a very simple way (through scripts) high level CAN or other vehicle stacks to interact with vehicle and retrieve real-time information

Apart from the in-device storage of 256 Mbytes to process application procedures, the platform’s cloud has been designed to collect, process, store, and distribute the real-time data of millions of devices in the field. The platform’s cloud already manages 350K+ devices daily. All electronic control unit (ECU) data from various sensors fitted in the vehicle are constantly synchronised at short intervals to ensure that customers receive the latest information from their vehicles.

Importantly, Mobile Devices addresses the security issues inherent in in-vehicle scanning by supporting the transfer of data from the vehicle to the user’s own secured servers through hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) post notification. The end-to-end is ensured through Mobile Devices’ KryptX technology, where all sensitive data is encrypted and signed.

Mobile Devices has gained yet another competitive edge by creating a driver-profiling algorithm that leverages an inertial navigation system and accelerometer data to periodically compute the position of the vehicle while moving. The algorithm assigns a confidence index to each evaluation of location information and it predicts driver behaviour from the raw data.

Mobile Devices has shown remarkable vision in providing CloudSDK, a suite of programming tools that enable application developers in the connected car space to easily connect their innovative applications with the solution. This gives application developers the flexibility to easily obtain in-vehicle data without worrying about the complexity of the ECU. Notably, Mobile Devices offers a catalogue of third-party telematics applications with the Munic.Box solution in addition to a range of free in-house services for integrators.

“Mobile Devices not only boasts a host of extra feature sets, such as free telematics applications, a device manager software suite, and many more features that are not available with other scan tool solution providers, but also keeps its solution’s pricing competitive,” noted Nayak. “Similarly, Munic.Box’s strategy of extending its solution to meet vehicle standards across the world underlines its primary focus on customers’ needs.”

Overall, for understanding customer needs in the in-vehicle scan tools market and developing an innovative new product to address those needs, Frost & Sullivan is pleased to present Mobile Devices with the 2015 European Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation.

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has developed an innovative element in a product by leveraging leading-edge technologies. The award recognises the value-added features/benefits of the product and the greater return on investment (ROI) it offers customers, which, in turn, improves customer acquisition and overall market penetration potential.

“Mobile Devices has done a remarkably good job of understanding customer needs in the vehicle scan tools industry and developing an innovative new product to address those needs,” said Frost & Sullivan Global President & Managing Partner, Krishna Srinivasan. ‘Its Product’ is uniquely positioned for sustained success because it addresses the core issues that customers care about—quality, functionality, and reliability.”

Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards recognise companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

About Mobile Devices

Mobile Devices is a global leader in the design of telematics devices and associated device management platforms that combine exclusive features:

High-performance compact electronics Flexible software with 5000+ APIs for programmers A comprehensive suite of programming tools (onboard and offboard), including embedded SDK, Statemachine editor, vehicle protocol stack description language, CloudSDK A unique store of third-party applications.

Mobile Devices has 3 best sellers:

C4 Dongle OBD family (also called with largest support of OEM stacks C4Max family for fleet applications including full truck support (J1939, J1708…) Dreevo telematics tablets

All products are available in 2G, 3G, 4G with Wi-Fi Hotspot/BTLE option.
Products are available in 2 commercial packages: package with all above services Bare devices without the full suite of services

Established in 2002 in France with offices in the United States and China, the company serves most verticals of telematics, including fleets through telematics services providers (TSPs), all types of automotive sector suppliers (insurance, spare parts, dealerships, diagnostic, leasing), and OEMs.

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