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ERM Advanced Telematics enters EV market

International automotive technology supplier ERM Advanced Telematics, whose products are installed in more than 5 million vehicles worldwide, is expanding into the electric vehicle market. The company will launch StarLink EV later this month. StarLink EV is a telematics product for the EV market that can be used in cars, buses, trucks and two-wheeled vehicles such as motorcycles and scooters.

ERM’s new StarLink EV solution has being adapted for high voltage use of up to 100V and will enable the utilizing of the technological advantages that have already been developed by ERM for the conventional auto market and to adapt them for the future EV market.

StarLink EV will be equipped with an internal backup battery, with ERM’s technology for analyzing driver behavior and identifying accidents. It will be supported by Bluetooth communications using an attachment for cellular phones or various sensors and the company’s CAN Engine technology that will allow a sophisticated attachment to the vehicle’s computerized systems via the CANBUS.

ERM Advanced Telematics, founded in 1985, is headquartered in Israel and operates in more than 65 countries in North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia through its service providers’ partner channels. The company’s solutions are based on a range of wireless technologies, including all available cellular generations, RF, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

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