The connected vehicle solution start-up Eloy has launched an industry survey to help it understand which services it should develop as a priority.
The company is a finalist in the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund 150 year competition, with a proposal to build a connected vehicle software platform that would enable various levels of government and organisations to develop their own connected vehicle solutions at a lower cost.
This is aided by the existing Eloy app, which has sat nav, voice controls, in-vehicle messaging, and more.
It’s seeking the industry’s feedback to help it prioritise what services and tools it should develop.
“Given that this is an award from a charitable organisation, these services do not necessarily have to be immediately financially viable,” explained co-founder Damian Horton. “You can consider other factors such as improvement of our roads, the environment, and better road safety.”
To fill in the short survey, click here.
(Picture – Eloy)