Warwickshire-based Autonect has developed a software platform for Halfords Autocentres, the after-market service chain with over 320 outlets across the UK. The system has been
Leading UK connected-vehicle start-up Autonect has been awarded grants worth £50,000 from a trio of Coventry University-administered schemes. The Electric Intelligent Vehicles, Funding 4 Innovation
The second test of the ProLink is to learn how well the device operates when being forced to use something other than CANBus for communications.
A currently un-named global car manufacturer has asked us to develop a remote diagnostics platform. A number of important specifications were unknown prior to the
In just a few days time the Halfords Autocentre “Connected Vehicle System” will be released to a select number of Autocentres in the Midlands. It
We have tried to make the process of registration in the Autonect app and connection to your vehicle as simple and pain free as possible,
The settings page is the screen used to modify your account, and the way the app operates when in use. To access the page, tap
Autonect monitors your vehicle whilst you’re using it, and the app will let you know if something goes wrong. But that’s not the only benefit.
Warwickshire-based connected-vehicle software developer Autonect has been appointed as a Project Partner to the Hub-of-All-Things, a groundbreaking platform created to hold individuals’ own data for
The success of the Autonect platform in some sectors depends on drivers being motivated to engage with the data collection and sharing process. In order