AT&T and Mojio bring connected car options to developers
By Bill Bledsoe, Senior Product Marketing Manager – AT&T Mobility
There’s a very good chance the next new car you buy will have connected features in it. Voice command, diagnostics, and network connectivity are all features in today’s new cars. However, there are over 160 million cars on the road right now that have OBD II ports that are able to transmit rich car performance data today.
Enter Mojio. Mojio at its core is an OBD II device that plugs into the OBD II port of any car produced after 1996. The accompanying Mojio platform enables many different services that enable car owners to locate, monitor, and diagnose their car from their iOS or Android smartphone. And now, Mojio is powered by AT&T’s 4G LTE network in the United States.*
For developers, Mojio presents a unique path to this emerging market because of the Mojio platform that offers open APIs you can tap into today. Mojio devices will be available in the US in time for the 2014 holiday season, so the time to act is now. Learn more about how Mojio and AT&T are enabling the reality of the connected car today.