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Israeli data services platform, Otonomo, has announced an agreement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to gather anonymous, aggregated data from FCA connected vehicles in Europe.

The data will be used to deliver new use cases such as advanced mapping, advanced traffic management and planning, and smart city applications to support the decrease of congestion and pollution in urban environments.

The Otonomo Automotive Data Services Platform ingests automotive data from multiple OEMs, then secures, reshapes, and enriches such data in a de-identified form to meet global privacy requirements.

Ben Volkow, Chief Executive Office and Founder of Otonomo, says: “Otonomo has long focused on building an ecosystem around car data that’s open and inclusive. Our agreement  with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles represents a big step forward and will create new value for all participants: service providers, individual drivers, municipalities, and society.”

With an R&D center in, Israel, and a presence in the United States, Europe, and Japan, Otonomo collaborates with twelve industries to transform their business with car data.

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