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  • Nauto is thrilled to be on CNBC's 7th annual Disruptor 50 list of companies scaling quickly to become household names! Join us on our mission to make driving safer & smarter!

    2019 Disruptor 50: No 40 Nauto

    Founders: Stefan Heck (CEO), Fredrick Soo Launched: 2015 Headquarters: Palo Alto, CaliforniaFunding: $173.9 million Valuation: N/AKey technologies: : Artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, cloud computing, deep neural networks/deep learning, edge computing, machine learningIndustry: AI, automotive This Palo Alto start-up is taking aim at a deadly problem: distracted driving among commercial fleet drivers.

  • Congratulations Nauto Board of Director Karen C. Francis! Recipient of the 2019 Silicon Valley Business Journal;

    Nauto Board of Director Receives SVBJ Women of Influence Award

    PALO ALTO, Calif. - Nauto®, an AI-technology company that's improving the safety of commercial fleets today and the autonomous fleets of tomorrow is excited to share Karen C. Francis, Nauto Board of Director has been selected by the Silicon Valley Business Journal to receive its Women of Influence award for 2019.

  • Nauto and Donlen have partnered to continue to improve the safety of fleets everywhere. Donlen customers will have access to Nauto’s easy-to-install intelligent driver safety system that leverages a multi-sensor device, artificial intelligence, and proprietary algorithms to assess situational risk both inside and outside the vehicle.

    Donlen Partners with Nauto to Improve Fleet Safety

    NAFA INSTITUTE AND EXPO, Louisville, KY. - Donlen, a customer-centric and technically advanced provider of financing and fleet management solutions, has partnered with Nauto, an AI-technology company to improve the safety of commercial fleets. With the addition of Nauto's AI-solution, Donlen continues to expand its extensive safety offering which now provides fleet customers an AI-solution to further reduce distracted driving and prevent collisions before they occur.

  • Nauto announces new coaching features to streamline fleet safety programs, which now provides the most comprehensive end-to-end automated coaching solutions for fleet management and safety leaders.

    Nauto Announces New Coaching Features to Streamline Fleet Safety Programs

    PALO ALTO, Calif. - Nauto?, an AI-technology company that's improving the safety of commercial fleets today and the autonomous fleets of tomorrow, announced the industry's first AI-powered Coaching Dashboard for fleet managers, and Nauto Driver, a mobile app for fleet drivers that empowers them to self-coach and improve their driving behavior without the intervention of a fleet manager.

  • Congratulations to Jennifer Haroon, Nauto's COO, for being named a 2019 Rising Star by Automotive_News

    Rising Stars/OEM Suppliers - Jennifer Haroon

    Big break: Working at Google for nine years in a variety of roles, including as a member of its self-driving vehicle team When Jennifer Haroon decided to leave investment banking and pursue her passion of improving public health and safety, she never imagined her career path would involve automotive technology.

  • Learn how Nauto Driver’s AI-powered intelligent driver safety system captures distracted driving events and Nauto Prevent Real Time Alerts has helped some fleets see 54% fewer distractions per hour and as high as 70%.

    Smarter Video Telematics Wave Arrives

    When it comes to emerging fleet technologies, it's not a question of whether your fleet can benefit from them, but a question of when you will start reaping the rewards-and the sooner the better. Kevin Aries, global product success lead for Verizon Connect, spoke with Work Truck editors about the company's fleet and mobile workforce solutions.

  • Thanks CarrierMgmt. With Nauto Coach alone, Atlas-insured fleets have reduced claims by 35.5%!;

    Visions of Commercial Transportation: The Future of Commercial Auto Insurance Is Here - Carrier Management

    Executive Summary Although commercial auto remained one of the industry's most troubled insurance lines in recent years, platooning big rigs, electric vehicles, telematic devices and computer vision cameras are putting the promise of safer roadways on the near-term horizon, experts in commercial transportation and insurance report.

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