AddSecure underlines its commitment to open standards and interoperability by joining the Open Telematics Association
The company’s transport and logistics customers will benefit from short implementation phases, low project investments, and maximum ROI on digitalization, as AddSecure will use the association’s telematics protocols and increase collaboration, and interoperability with partners.
AddSecure, a leading European provider of secure IoT connectivity solutions, today announced that it has joined the Open Telematics Association, an independent interest group that has established a software-independent standard interface for the transmission of telematics data. The association is aimed at telematics providers and software manufacturers with a focus on European countries.
The companies LostNFound and Navkonzept, that have been acquired by the AddSecure Group, are already members of the association committed to the smooth exchange of vehicle and logistics data.
“Open standards and interoperability are a cornerstone of our strategy. We see being part of Open Telematics as a natural step for AddSecure to further increase our exchange of data with partners for the best possible customer experience,” says Ulrika Allén, VP Product & Technology at AddSecure Smart Transport.
Founded in July 2018, the association OpenTelematics e. V., has established a software-independent standard interface for the transmission of telematics data. The established software architecture, with harmonized description and configuration formats for embedded software, benefits users in the logistics industry that can take advantage of short implementation phases and low project investments.
With Open Telematics' standard interface, upstream or downstream systems can be easily integrated and connected, and telematics data is made even more meaningful by additional system data. The standardized OpenTelematics.io interface used is compatible with hundreds of EDP systems and the investment security is high thanks to the high deployment rate.
Visit AddSecure’s stand B#60, Hall 25, at the IAA Transportation in Hannover, Germany, September 20-25, to find out more about the collaboration with Open Telematics and the benefits it brings customers.
For more information, please contact:
Kristina Grandin, Director Corporate and Marketing Communications, AddSecure
Mobile: +46 70 689 52 08, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Open Telematics Association
OpenTelematics e.V. - Association of Telematics is an independent interest group of telematics providers as well as software and hardware manufacturers and does not pursue any commercial goals. The relevant topics for the association can be defined in the areas of standardization, technology, legal security, and other areas that serve the interests of the association members.
AddSecure, is a leading European provider of secure IoT connectivity solutions with a focus on secure critical communications and secure data. The reliable end-to-end-solutions are based on secure critical communications technology that combine IoT connectivity platforms, software, and services, tailored to meet customers’ needs across different industries.
Today more than 50,000 customers within the security and safety industry, rescue services, building security and automation, digital care, construction, transport and logistics, utilities, smart cities, and more, safeguard their life- and business-critical operations with IoT solutions from AddSecure. This helps save lives, protect property and vital societal functions, and drives business.
AddSecure currently applies its expertise within secure critical communications and secure data in Smart Alarms, Smart Care, Smart Rescue, Smart Surveillance, Smart Transport, and the emerging technology area Smart Grids.
The headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden, with additional offices across Europe. The company employs more than 1 000 people in 15 countries.
AddSecure is majority-owned by Funds, managed by Castik Capital, a European private equity fund with a long-term approach to value creation.