|By Business Wire||
|February 6, 2013 12:12 PM EST||
WirelessCar, one of the leading providers of telematics solutions, has been awarded as the “Best China Telematics company” for 2012 by China Telematics, one of the most important telematics magazines in China, at the IOVA Annual Conference on 24th of January 2013.
IOVA is the Strategic Alliance of China Internet of Vehicles industrial technology innovation.
The annual conference dropped its curtain in Sheraton Beijing on Jan 24th 2013. On the conference, achievements of recent years for telematics industry have been reviewed, and the policies, market trends and industrial hot points have led experts from different parts of the ecosystem into discussion through presentations and panel interactions.
WirelessCar has been awarded as the “Best China Telematics Company”, which was voted by the 1029 industrial elites.
WirelessCar China director Kevin Wang received this distinction on the event. This reward shows that WirelessCar’s remarkable contribution and it's outstanding service ability have been widely recognized within the industry in China.
The Chinese market offers high potential with close to 20 million cars sold in 2012. It is also a highly complex and regulated market. That is the reason why WirelessCar started early to build up specific know-how about this market with a first pilot project initiated in 2008, when, in conjunction with local partners, WirelessCar demonstrated a breakdown-call from a test vehicle in Beijing. In 2011, WirelessCar founded its own subsidiaries in Beijing and Tianjin in order to build partnerships, joint ventures and government relationships that are mandatory to operate a successful business in China. Today, WirelessCar employs 21 experts in China in the fields of development, testing and service operation.
WirelessCar offers connected services in China for customers like BMW or Audi.
"Again, WirelessCar has been recognized for its outstanding capabilities and global reach. Today's Car OEM's are looking for proven and global solutions that are easy to adopt in new markets and quickly help them to introduce new innovative services. The Connected Vehicle has become a true value added service offering which attract today's car customer." says Martin Rosell, Managing Director, WirelessCar.
With this prize, WirelessCar now steps to another stage in China. WirelessCar has achieved remarkable progress and now carries the responsibility of an industry leader in China, and as a leader, will expand and move the industry forward.
WirelessCar, a premier global telematics service provider, connects both the automotive and commercial vehicle sectors enabling cross-fertilization through operational services in more than 50 countries supported by teams based in US, Europe, Brazil, China, Japan and India. WirelessCar’s white label positioning and open telematics platform allows our customers such as BMW, Volvo Cars, Allianz, Toyota MH, Volvo Trucks, Renault Trucks or Volvo Construction Equipment to leverage the full value of connected services across the entire spectrum of always being connected. WirelessCar is part of Volvo IT, which is a global company and a subsidiary of the Volvo Group. WirelessCar operates as an independent entity addressing all vehicle manufacturers. For further information please visit www.wirelesscar.com
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