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Bangalore based Zoomcar, the self drive rental company launched a “Cadabra” a real time analytics based solution for transforming the in car experience.
Greg Moran, CEO, Zoomcar points out that the name “Cadabra” is not just a device but a platform. It is fixed with Bluetooth, 4G cellular connectivity and tracks level of fuels in the cars, the position of clutch, sudden braking, hard acceleration, engine health and sharp corner turns.
Greg claims that in the near future, this device will also get over the air updates which will help them add more functionality to the entire experience.
“The real time insights about your driving and that’s what is going to make you a better driver. It can help you save fuel cost, reduce the service and maintenance cost, help you to avoid accidents and that’s a really important one because there’s a very high correlation, it’s very predictive actually, if you are inherently abusing the brakes, not using the clutch the right way, you’re many times more likely to get into a major accident,” says Morgan.
Cadabra as claimed by Zoomcar is integrated into the parent Zoomcar app and will help Greg and team review and rate trips, keep a track of the score and give real time tips to driver to improve the their driving skills. “The more data the car generates, the more responsive Cadabra becomes. This opens up many possibilities in the months ahead,” says Morgan.
This analytics platform was built internally by a team of 30-35 people in India who come from a background of statistics and computer science.
SOURCE: Economic Times
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