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IMS Software Development Kit (SDK) to build connected car and telematics services into existing or new mobile applications

Smartphone app usage is increasing among every age group with users demonstrating strong engagement and loyalty. However, as the competition for smartphone app real estate intensifies, the concern of having too many consumer apps has given rise to a growing development trend towards unified and integrated apps – due to the high cost to promote and support multiple apps and the challenge to ensure a consistent, engaging experience across more than one app.

Considering this Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc has introduced IMS Software Development Kit (SDK) for organizations looking to build connected car and telematics services, including data collection, directly into their existing or new mobile applications. IMS-Sdk-t'wire

IMS’ SDK provides organizations with the ability to simplify and unify app development by integrating telematics and connected car services directly into their existing or new mobile applications. In turn, organizations realize a faster, more cost-effective path to market, with the ability to collect data, derive insights and offer valuable services across their entire book of business – all while leveraging security architecture of IMS’ DriveSync connected car platform.

Customers in North America and Europe are already using the SDK to simplify development while building engaging and unified digital insurance services for their policyholders. The IMS SDK includes sample code; full technical documentation; comprehensive developer support; and APIs for easy connectivity into IMS’ DriveSync platform-based solutions, services, and capabilities.

 

About Piyush Rajan

Asst. Editor |Telematics Wire | Smart automotive

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