Alllianz France has chosen TomTom telematics technology to power its upcoming Allianz Conduite Connectée product.
A TomTom LINK 100 device in the vehicle will send actionable data, which consumers can use to assess their driving by providing data via a new smartphone app. The system also can alert Mondial Assistance emergency services in the event of a vehicle crash.
"As a world leader we are at the forefront of innovation and our aim was to bring new services to our clients that help them to be safe on the road. We have partnered with TomTom Telematics because it offers a market-leading technology platform with a proven track record for the highest standards of reliability and service," said Delphine Asseraf, Head of Digital, Allianz France, in a statement.
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