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hughestelematics.com

Founded Year

2007

Stage

Acq - P2P | Acquired

Valuation

$0000 

About Hughes Telematics

Hughes Telematics (OTCBB: HUTC) develops a suite of information-based and wireless services for automobile platforms.

Hughes Telematics Headquarter Location

2002 Summit Boulevard Suite 1800

Atlanta, Georgia, 30319,

United States

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Fintech Challenger Current Says it’s Not a Bank, It’s Better with Increased Focus on Customer Experience

Jun 13, 2021

The topic of banks vs. Fintech firms has been “another hot one as of late,” the team at Fintech Current notes in an update while adding that with court rulings, the questioning of banking execs on Capitol Hill has been ongoing. And, if you have been in New York City recently, you’ve most likely noticed the launch of Current’s aggressive marketing campaign during your commute, the company writes in a blog post shared with CI earlier this week. Current wants to set the record straight. The Fintech says : “To be clear and upfront, Current is NOT a bank. We’re better. We first addressed this topic last fall, when we announced we had no plans to pursue a bank charter, and the differences between a fintech like Current and traditional banks have only become clearer over the past year.” Current also mentions in its blog post that they have “never been, nor do we have any plans to, become a bank.” The Fintech challenger adds that they are quite focused on “building the best, most innovative technology that can solve real problems for our members and enable them to change their lives through working with our partner banks to provide banking services.” According to Current, it’s “a win-win relationship when we each focus on what we’re good at.” The company further notes that as anyone in New York City can clearly see on billboards, on the subway, or as a bus or taxi cab, we “wondered ‘What should banks stop doing?’ and that’s the premise on which we founded Current back in 2015.” Current points out that the Chief Execs of four of the largest banks in the world testified to Congress at the end of May 2021, during which it was noted that the four banks had “charged customers a combined $4 billion in overdraft fees in 2020.” Clients who earn less than $50,000, African-Americans, and Hispanics were “the most likely to have been hit with these fees,” Current claims. While sharing the “Current difference” (strategy), the Fintech challenger notes: “In 2020, Current SAVED its nearly 3 million members over $100 million in overdraft fees. No Current member is ever charged an overdraft fee, and our premium members are eligible for up to $100 in free overdraft.” Current further reveals that most of its members make about $45,000 per year so when banking with incumbents, they’re “more likely to have been hit with exorbitant overdraft fees (and others, such as minimum balance requirements),” the company claims. Current writes in its blog post: “In short, people can end up OWING banks money FOR running out of money. We don’t believe in that at Current and never will.” While commenting further on the “big banks,” the Current team adds: “A record number of net closures of U.S. banks and thrifts happened in 2020, with over 3,300 branches closing (to just over 1,000 opening). Highly populated states like New York, California, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and New Jersey had the most, with more than 100 each (and more than 200 in NY and California).” While sharing how the Current difference can help, the company says that it saw an “acceleration to digital banking.” Current confirms that they have now doubled their member base in “less than six months in 2020.” Current further reveals that as of June 2021, the service provider has “nearly three million members to just one million a year ago. If anything, 2020 proved bank branches aren’t necessary.” The Fintech firm also notes that if you are a sports fan, then you might have seen or at least heard about boxing legend Floyd Mayweather fighting social media sensation Logan Paul on Sunday night in an exhibition bout. However, if you looked closely when Paul came into the ring, you’d see “a familiar logo on his robe,” Current notes while adding that “not only did we sponsor Paul for the fight, we also sponsored his pre-fight video and enabled him to give away $10,000 to his fans on Current.” As noted by the Current: “Creator partnerships are core to who we are at Current and we’re thrilled to be able to provide the platform for today’s most relevant digital media stars to interact directly with their fans and create original content.” Sfara: Telematics for safer driving Automotive telematics is a booming business, expected to grow from $64B in 2019 to $416B by 2027, a CAGR of 26%. Join OurCrowd as we invest in Sfara , a US-based company that has developed a smartphone-based vehicle telematics and personal safety solution for OEMs, fleet operators, insurance companies, and others. Sfara’s technology provides the most accurate, cost-effective crash detection, accident management, event-driven safety response, and fleet-driver risk management. The software-only solution, vetted by Daimler, Bosch, and the University of Virginia using National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-certified labs and sleds, dispenses with the specialized in-vehicle hardware previously required. CEO Erik Goldman co-founded Hughes Telematics and became Group President of Verizon Telematics, the world’s leading provider of in-vehicle telematics, after it acquired Hughes for more than $600M. Founder Sascha Simon headed the connected car business for Mercedes-Benz and oversaw their $800M+ telematics portfolio. Cambridge Mobile Telematics, a company in the same space, raised $500M from Soft Bank’s Vision Fund. Already earning significant revenues and with healthy growth forecast for 2021, Sfara’s existing investors include Mercedes-Benz, Bosch and Verizon. Bosch Service Solutions is leading this round together with Cultivation Capital. Zippin adds chekout-free AmEx store for playoffs Zippin , our new portfolio company that offers Amazon Go-style checkout-free stores at dynamic locations like sports arenas and transport hubs, unveiled an American Express autonomous store at Barclays Center for the Nets’ first-round NBA playoff series against the Celtics. Zippin also has checkout-free stores at Empower Field at Mile High, AT&T Center and Golden 1 Center. The AmEx store recorded the second-most sales of any concession stand in the arena during the Nets’ May 22 playoff opener. “This is just such a dynamic opportunity to enhance the guest experience, while also still being a pioneer and being at the forefront of a new, cutting-edge technology,” BSE Global Chief Commercial Officer Michael Wandell tells Sports Business Journal . Watch the video to see how shoppers zip in, choose products, and zip out without stopping as purchases are instantly charged to their phone. Zippin’s vision is to become the operating system for the automated store of the future, powering the leading checkout-free platform for stores around the world, eliminating lines for shoppers and significantly boosting profitability. The company is already providing services to eight major retailers, including some of the world’s food service groups. With 100 stores planned before the end of 2021, Zippin is growing fast. See Zippin in action at Sacramento Kings Golden 1 Center and click below to find out more about investing with OurCrowd. The Cat in the Black Hat and an Internet of Things The Colonial oil pipeline, JBS meat-packing plants, the water system in Oldsmar, Florida, and banks, hospitals, municipalities and power grids have been among the thousands of critical infrastructure systems hacked or attacked as cybercriminals and ransomware blackmailers crack the weak points in our increasingly interconnected “Internet of Things.” Israel’s Mekorot water network, perhaps the most relentlessly threatened system  in the world, is now secured by our portfolio company IXDen . Security company eSentire counted 290 ransomware attacks by six separate gangs in the first four months of 2021 alone that netted more than $45M for the blackmailers. Thing One and Thing Two wreaked havoc before being returned to their big red box by the Cat in the Hat. Imagine if an entire Internet of Things were to fall into the hands of Black Hat hackers, prepared to hold our most vital networks to ransom. Read more  in my new ‘Investors on the Frontlines’ column. FDA nod for Alpha Tau’s DaRT tumor treatment OurCrowd portfolio company Alpha Tau Medical has secured breakthrough device designation from the FDA for its Alpha DaRT – an advanced technology that irradiates solid tumors. The FDA status applies to the technology to treat squamous cell carcinoma of the skin and oral cavity without curative standard of care. The treatment involves the insertion of Radium-224 directly into the tumor, releasing alpha particles to destroy the tumor while sparing the healthy tissue around it.“The FDA’s recognition of the Alpha DaRT as a Breakthrough Device is a tremendous milestone for the company, as we seek to bring our revolutionary technology to patients in need,” Alpha Tau CEO Uzi Sofer tells NS Medical Devices . “This confirms our long-standing hopes and expectations for this product, and comes at the perfect time to accelerate our clinical trial program that is moving ahead rapidly now in the US.” Top Tech News PolarisQB partnership tackles neglected women’s diseases OurCrowd portfolio company Polaris Quantum Biotech  has teamed up with Auransa, an artificial intelligence company developing precision medicines in areas of unmet medical needs, to address therapeutics for neglected diseases disproportionately affecting women, AiThority reports . The partnership seeks to discover treatments that may tackle many such diseases, and their complementary expertise promises to seek solutions that elude medical research. Auransa is an AI-driven biotech company with a pipeline of novel compounds for various diseases. POLARISqb built the first drug discovery platform using quantum computing, making the process ten times faster. “We are excited about collaborating with Polaris to undertake a neglected area in the pharmaceutical industry. As women CEOs, we’ve joined forces to tackle female diseases like endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, triple negative breast cancer or ovarian cancer. Together, I believe that we will be able to combine our expertise in biology and chemistry to generate quality solutions for hard to tackle or neglected diseases affecting women’s health,” says Pek Lum, CEO of Auransa. Neuroscience startup CorrActions raises $2.7M seed round CorrActions , a noninvasive neuroscience startup based at OurCrowd’s Labs/02 incubator that uses sensor data to evaluate a user’s cognitive state due to drowsiness, alcohol, fatigue and other issues, raised a $2.7M seed round with backing from VentureIsrael, Operator Partners and the Israeli Innovation Authority, TechCrunch reports . The idea is to use touch sensors wherever humans may interact with machines – a fighter jet’s cockpit, a car or wherever knowing a user’s cognitive state could prevent potentially catastrophic errors. “Using sensors that already exist in nearly every electronic device like smartwatches, smartphones and even steering wheels and joysticks, CorrActions is the first in the world to be able to read a person’s cognitive state at any given moment by analyzing micro changes in their muscular activity,” says Eldad Hochman , the company’s co-founder and CSO. Where’s the beef? BeeFree Agro gives real-time answer BeeFree Agro , born on a farm in Israel’s Galilee and the newest recruit to our Labs/02 Incubator , introduces drone technology to herding cattle. Named Joe after the inventor’s favorite dog, the drone moves up to 1,000 heads of cattle over vast expanses of land without human intervention. Joe displays all the characteristics of a good herding pal: intelligent, loyal, follows orders, autonomous, fast and easy to operate. The system significantly reduces operational costs and organizational and personal stress levels. We look forward to helping BeeFree develop faster, simpler and more cost-effective ranching. mPrest: Iron Dome technology defends New York Power Authority OurCrowd portfolio company mPrest , the software developers behind the Iron Dome missile defense system, have reformatted their technology to help the New York Power Authority prevent outages of transformers, Kurrant Insights reports . The solution, co-developed by mPrest and the NYPA, leverages the same anomaly-detection algorithms made famous by mPrest in the defense sector and was one of the first steps in NYPA’s mission to become fully digital. Intuition Robotics wows The New Yorker “ElliQ is designed to get to know its owner: it assembles a personality profile through repeated interaction and machine learning, and uses it to connect more efficiently. The robot determines how “adventurous” a person is, then adjusts how often it suggests new activities. It learns whether its user is more inclined to exercise in the morning or the afternoon; whether she is more motivated by encouragement, or by a joke, or by a list of the benefits of vigorous movement,” The New Yorker reports  in a profile of the robotic assistant for the elderly developed by OurCrowd portfolio company Intuition Robotics . “With new developments the company is working on, ElliQ will one day be able to remind users about a broader array of health-care tasks: taking meds, reporting side effects, describing symptoms.” ALD raises $50M following Hub Security merger  Advanced Logistics Development Ltd. (ALD), an Israeli company traded on the Tel Aviv stock exchange that merged in February with OurCrowd portfolio company Hub Security , has raised $50M from investors. The merged company was valued at $146M, CTech reports . On completion of the merger, Hub Security will hold 51% of the new company, which is expected to go forward under the Hub Security name, led by current Hub Security CEO Eyal Moshe. Introductions Your portfolio gets stronger when the OurCrowd network gets involved. Visit our Introductions page to see which of our companies are looking for connections that you may be able to help with. 1,300 High-Tech Jobs Read the OurCrowd High-Tech Jobs Index Q1 2021 here . Despite the coronavirus pandemic, there are hundreds of open positions at our global portfolio companies. See some opportunities below: Search and filter through  Portfolio Jobs to find your next challenge. Sfara: Telematics for safer driving Automotive telematics is a booming business, expected to grow from $64B in 2019 to $416B by 2027, a CAGR of 26%. Join OurCrowd as we invest in Sfara , a US-based company that has developed a smartphone-based vehicle telematics and personal safety solution for OEMs, fleet operators, insurance companies, and others. Sfara’s technology provides the most accurate, cost-effective crash detection, accident management, event-driven safety response, and fleet-driver risk management. The software-only solution, vetted by Daimler, Bosch, and the University of Virginia using National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-certified labs and sleds, dispenses with the specialized in-vehicle hardware previously required. CEO Erik Goldman co-founded Hughes Telematics and became Group President of Verizon Telematics, the world’s leading provider of in-vehicle telematics, after it acquired Hughes for more than $600M. Founder Sascha Simon headed the connected car business for Mercedes-Benz and oversaw their $800M+ telematics portfolio. Cambridge Mobile Telematics, a company in the same space, raised $500M from Soft Bank’s Vision Fund. Already earning significant revenues and with healthy growth forecast for 2021, Sfara’s existing investors include Mercedes-Benz, Bosch and Verizon. Bosch Service Solutions is leading this round together with Cultivation Capital. Zippin adds chekout-free AmEx store for playoffs Zippin , our new portfolio company that offers Amazon Go-style checkout-free stores at dynamic locations like sports arenas and transport hubs, unveiled an American Express autonomous store at Barclays Center for the Nets’ first-round NBA playoff series against the Celtics. Zippin also has checkout-free stores at Empower Field at Mile High, AT&T Center and Golden 1 Center. The AmEx store recorded the second-most sales of any concession stand in the arena during the Nets’ May 22 playoff opener. “This is just such a dynamic opportunity to enhance the guest experience, while also still being a pioneer and being at the forefront of a new, cutting-edge technology,” BSE Global Chief Commercial Officer Michael Wandell tells Sports Business Journal . Watch the video to see how shoppers zip in, choose products, and zip out without stopping as purchases are instantly charged to their phone. Zippin’s vision is to become the operating system for the automated store of the future, powering the leading checkout-free platform for stores around the world, eliminating lines for shoppers and significantly boosting profitability. The company is already providing services to eight major retailers, including some of the world’s food service groups. With 100 stores planned before the end of 2021, Zippin is growing fast. See Zippin in action at Sacramento Kings Golden 1 Center and click below to find out more about investing with OurCrowd. The Cat in the Black Hat and an Internet of Things The Colonial oil pipeline, JBS meat-packing plants, the water system in Oldsmar, Florida, and banks, hospitals, municipalities and power grids have been among the thousands of critical infrastructure systems hacked or attacked as cybercriminals and ransomware blackmailers crack the weak points in our increasingly interconnected “Internet of Things.” Israel’s Mekorot water network, perhaps the most relentlessly threatened system  in the world, is now secured by our portfolio company IXDen . Security company eSentire counted 290 ransomware attacks by six separate gangs in the first four months of 2021 alone that netted more than $45M for the blackmailers. Thing One and Thing Two wreaked havoc before being returned to their big red box by the Cat in the Hat. Imagine if an entire Internet of Things were to fall into the hands of Black Hat hackers, prepared to hold our most vital networks to ransom. Read more  in my new ‘Investors on the Frontlines’ column. FDA nod for Alpha Tau’s DaRT tumor treatment OurCrowd portfolio company Alpha Tau Medical has secured breakthrough device designation from the FDA for its Alpha DaRT – an advanced technology that irradiates solid tumors. The FDA status applies to the technology to treat squamous cell carcinoma of the skin and oral cavity without curative standard of care. The treatment involves the insertion of Radium-224 directly into the tumor, releasing alpha particles to destroy the tumor while sparing the healthy tissue around it.“The FDA’s recognition of the Alpha DaRT as a Breakthrough Device is a tremendous milestone for the company, as we seek to bring our revolutionary technology to patients in need,” Alpha Tau CEO Uzi Sofer tells NS Medical Devices . “This confirms our long-standing hopes and expectations for this product, and comes at the perfect time to accelerate our clinical trial program that is moving ahead rapidly now in the US.” Top Tech News PolarisQB partnership tackles neglected women’s diseases OurCrowd portfolio company Polaris Quantum Biotech  has teamed up with Auransa, an artificial intelligence company developing precision medicines in areas of unmet medical needs, to address therapeutics for neglected diseases disproportionately affecting women, AiThority reports . The partnership seeks to discover treatments that may tackle many such diseases, and their complementary expertise promises to seek solutions that elude medical research. Auransa is an AI-driven biotech company with a pipeline of novel compounds for various diseases. POLARISqb built the first drug discovery platform using quantum computing, making the process ten times faster. “We are excited about collaborating with Polaris to undertake a neglected area in the pharmaceutical industry. As women CEOs, we’ve joined forces to tackle female diseases like endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, triple negative breast cancer or ovarian cancer. Together, I believe that we will be able to combine our expertise in biology and chemistry to generate quality solutions for hard to tackle or neglected diseases affecting women’s health,” says Pek Lum, CEO of Auransa. Neuroscience startup CorrActions raises $2.7M seed round CorrActions , a noninvasive neuroscience startup based at OurCrowd’s Labs/02 incubator that uses sensor data to evaluate a user’s cognitive state due to drowsiness, alcohol, fatigue and other issues, raised a $2.7M seed round with backing from VentureIsrael, Operator Partners and the Israeli Innovation Authority, TechCrunch reports . The idea is to use touch sensors wherever humans may interact with machines – a fighter jet’s cockpit, a car or wherever knowing a user’s cognitive state could prevent potentially catastrophic errors. “Using sensors that already exist in nearly every electronic device like smartwatches, smartphones and even steering wheels and joysticks, CorrActions is the first in the world to be able to read a person’s cognitive state at any given moment by analyzing micro changes in their muscular activity,” says Eldad Hochman , the company’s co-founder and CSO. Where’s the beef? BeeFree Agro gives real-time answer BeeFree Agro , born on a farm in Israel’s Galilee and the newest recruit to our Labs/02 Incubator , introduces drone technology to herding cattle. Named Joe after the inventor’s favorite dog, the drone moves up to 1,000 heads of cattle over vast expanses of land without human intervention. Joe displays all the characteristics of a good herding pal: intelligent, loyal, follows orders, autonomous, fast and easy to operate. The system significantly reduces operational costs and organizational and personal stress levels. We look forward to helping BeeFree develop faster, simpler and more cost-effective ranching. mPrest: Iron Dome technology defends New York Power Authority OurCrowd portfolio company mPrest , the software developers behind the Iron Dome missile defense system, have reformatted their technology to help the New York Power Authority prevent outages of transformers, Kurrant Insights reports . The solution, co-developed by mPrest and the NYPA, leverages the same anomaly-detection algorithms made famous by mPrest in the defense sector and was one of the first steps in NYPA’s mission to become fully digital. Intuition Robotics wows The New Yorker “ElliQ is designed to get to know its owner: it assembles a personality profile through repeated interaction and machine learning, and uses it to connect more efficiently. The robot determines how “adventurous” a person is, then adjusts how often it suggests new activities. It learns whether its user is more inclined to exercise in the morning or the afternoon; whether she is more motivated by encouragement, or by a joke, or by a list of the benefits of vigorous movement,” The New Yorker reports  in a profile of the robotic assistant for the elderly developed by OurCrowd portfolio company Intuition Robotics . “With new developments the company is working on, ElliQ will one day be able to remind users about a broader array of health-care tasks: taking meds, reporting side effects, describing symptoms.” ALD raises $50M following Hub Security merger  Advanced Logistics Development Ltd. (ALD), an Israeli company traded on the Tel Aviv stock exchange that merged in February with OurCrowd portfolio company Hub Security , has raised $50M from investors. The merged company was valued at $146M, CTech reports . On completion of the merger, Hub Security will hold 51% of the new company, which is expected to go forward under the Hub Security name, led by current Hub Security CEO Eyal Moshe. Introductions Your portfolio gets stronger when the OurCrowd network gets involved. Visit our Introductions page to see which of our companies are looking for connections that you may be able to help with. 1,300 High-Tech Jobs Read the OurCrowd High-Tech Jobs Index Q1 2021 here . Despite the coronavirus pandemic, there are hundreds of open positions at our global portfolio companies. See some opportunities below: Search and filter through  Portfolio Jobs to find your next challenge. New York-based Clair, an earned wage firm for gig economy workers and technology contractors, has finalized a $15 million Series A round that was led by Thrive Capital. Clair’s latest investment round brings the Fintech firm’s total funding to $19.5 million. The company’s seed round was carried out 7 months ago and was led by Upfront Ventures. Clair allows HR technology and gig firms to provide hourly workers free instant cash advances on their earnings. The company has currently entered partnerships with platforms used by more than 1.5 million hourly and gig workers. Clair’s CEO Nico Simko stated: “We’re on a mission to give workers easier, faster access to their hard-earned cash. We want to promote financial inclusivity for everyone, and we are doing this by enabling existing HR tech providers through innovative fintech tools. This fundraising round gives us the runway we’ll need to expand our operations and realise that vision on a larger scale.” The Clair team notes that even before the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans had already been dependent on payday loans to “bridge the gap between expenses and paydays.” In 2019, there were around 12 million US residents that were using them, the Clair team revealed. The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau reported that half or 50% of these people were “paying $185 in fees on top of exorbitant interest rates.” As noted by Clair, for many people, that’s the “equivalent of over 20 hours of work before taxes.” Clair also mentions that payday loans charge as much as 20x the interest rates of credit cards and personal loans, however, the people using them do so “because they can’t qualify for anything else.” An individual who borrows $500 a year will “pay back almost $2,000 in fees and interest,” the company reveals. Clair’s management also noted: “This is the time to transform the way we pay our employees and, by extension, eliminate some of the predatory businesses out there trapping people in a cycle of debt for life. You may not be able to give your employees more hours right now, but you can give them the confidence of knowing you have their back in this difficult time.” The introduction of the smartphone-only bank in Indonesia has come after similar launches in Taiwan and Thailand. The partnership between Line and Hana Bank Indonesia was formed back in October 2018, when Line Financial Asia had acquired 20% of Hana Bank Indonesia via a Share Subscription Agreement. The new virtual banking platform will provide various user-friendly financial services such as a savings accounts, time deposits, easy bill payments, and debit cards with convenient access to Hana Bank ATMs for making cash withdrawals. Other features are currently being developed and may include loans and QR-enabled payments. Young Eun Kim, Chief Operating Officer at LINE Financial Asia, stated: “The demand for digital transformation in the banking industry is growing rapidly all around the world. In Indonesia in particular, due to this market’s unique geographical characteristics, we believe bringing banking services to people’s mobile phones will greatly increase their availability and convenience.” Line says that it’s hoping to achieve the same level of success of its recently-introduced banking platforms in Thailand, which has already onboarded around 2 million users within its four months of operations. In March of this year, the firm also formed a partnership with Mizuho in order to invest in a new digital banking joint initiative in Japan. Virtual or online banking services have become increasingly important in a post-COVID business environment. Earlier this year, Standard Chartered teamed up with Indonesia’s Bukalapak in order to offer digital banking services which will be hosted via the Nexus platform, an established Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution by SC Ventures. Standard Chartered and Bukalapak will be working closely so that they can provide innovation in financial and digital commerce solutions by offering various financial services via Bukalapak’s growing ecosystem. Through the partnership, both companies are also planning to promote greater financial inclusion in the country as Bukalapak claims to have extensive coverage to 100 million consumers and many local merchants. A survey conducted by Standard Chartered found that the Coronavirus outbreak served as a catalyst or accelerated the growth of online financial activities and businesses, with more than half of respondents saying they use more online services in a post-COVID environment. In fact, 56% of Indonesia-based consumers now prefer making payments and purchases via all-digital platforms, an increase of around 16% when compared to pre-COVID levels.

  • When was Hughes Telematics founded?

    Hughes Telematics was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Hughes Telematics's headquarters?

    Hughes Telematics's headquarters is located at 2002 Summit Boulevard, Atlanta.

  • What is Hughes Telematics's latest funding round?

    Hughes Telematics's latest funding round is Acq - P2P.

  • Who are the investors of Hughes Telematics?

    Investors of Hughes Telematics include Verizon.

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