Automated & Connected

Scope Technology partners with Microsoft to advance connected car solutions

Scope Technology has migrated its advanced enterprise solutions to Microsoft Azure, significantly enhance the adoption of innovations in its connected car solutions. It will also promote research and development collaboration on artificial intelligence driven image recognition technology along with sales collaboration between the two companies.

"For twenty years Scope has been bringing innovation to the automotive, insurance, and fleet markets while maintaining our core values of improving driver safety and helping to prevent road fatalities” says Jacob Hasson, CRO at Scope Technology. “Today, we continue that tradition with new solutions that are powered by big data, machine learning, computer vision, and artificial intelligence, which requires highly robust, innovative, and secure solutions to serve our global customers. Microsoft Azure provides a powerful tool for us to accelerate the evolution of the next generation of connected car solutions.”

 

 

Scope Technology processes billions of meaningful vehicle events every month from over 50 countries worldwide. While today's systems capture vehicle, driver, and contextual information, the next generation of connected car solutions will expand the ecosystem beyond the vehicle. 

“End customers have new expectations about their vehicle experiences and Scope's solutions are helping the large enterprise companies transition to a more engaged and richer customer experience with actionable insights and advanced services. Scope is helping them to grow into new markets while offering new services,” say Hasson.

“We are entering a new era of services around connected cars. The partnership with Scope Technology will enable them to fuel their digital transformation and accelerate innovation in their connected car and vehicle technologies to create solutions that are even more intelligent and data driven. Microsoft aims to enable our customers to focus on innovation and how they will continue in transforming their industries,” says Samer Abu Ltaif, president of Microsoft Middle East and Africa.

 

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William Kucinski is content editor at SAE International, Aerospace Products Group in Warrendale, Pa. Previously, he worked as a writer at the NASA Safety Center in Cleveland, Ohio and was responsible for writing the agency’s System Failure Case Studies. His interests include literally anything that has to do with space, past and present military aircraft, and propulsion technology.

Contact him regarding any article or collaboration ideas by e-mail at william.kucinski@sae.org.