Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, February 26th – UST Global, a leading digital technology services company, and Net4Things, a leading IoT company for service providers, have partnered to offer vertical IoT solutions in Europe and Latin America, with a special focus in Spain, Portugal, Brasil, Chile, Colombia and Peru.
Both companies will focus their efforts to develop Connected Car within these countries. Service providers will be able to receive consulting services and support from UST Global while they launch a new business line, supporting current needs from end customers.
During MWC 2018, UST Global and Net4Things are showcasing this solution and conducting workshops on the benefits that this opportunity brings to the complex ecosystem behind, including Telecom, Hi-Tech, Automotive, Insurance, Consumer Finance and Energy industries among others.
Net4Things Global Connected Car Platform (N4T GCCP©) enables wireless carriers to be part of the Connected Car Ecosystem, generating additional revenues beyond pure connectivity with business modules linked to smart advertising, insurance telematics, remote diagnosis, booking, e-call and infotainment, among others.
An end-to-end joint solution for a customer can be launched in less than 10 weeks, taking advantage of the possibilities of a new blue ocean where next generation connected car services are demanded by drivers across the globe.
Joaquín García-Baquero, CEO at Net4Things, said: “We are proud to partner with UST Global to promote connected car across their broad footprint and unleash the great potential this synergy enables to monetise data. At Net4Things, we strive to enhance our solutions based on the market needs, driven by customers knowledge and end users´ necessities.”
José Aguilaniedo Murias, Managing Director – Spain & Latam, UST Global, said, “At UST Global, we are the forefront of innovation and are focused on bringing cutting-edge technologies for our global customers. We are excited to work with Net4Things to get one step closer to innovation and offer IoT to our customers and the end user.”