Airbiquity hired New York translation agency Acclaro to translate the Choreo Connected Car Platform into 32 languages worldwide.
Airbiquity’s Choreo platform enables automotive OEMs to deploy connected car programs globally for their customers. It is currently available in over 50 countries worldwide with millions of vehicles using it daily. Choreo is installed in BMW to Ford to Nissan, in many languages around
Much of the translation by Acclaro was done in San Franciso for Airbiquity’s platform to strategic language markets across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and South America.
Acclaro translated the Nissan head units and their integration with various mobile apps, including TripAdvisor, OpenTable, Yelp, Twitter and Spotify. The 32 languages include mature-market languages such as Japanese, French and German, as well as emerging and higher-growth market languages such as Chinese, Russian Thai and Turkish.
The multilingual Choreo platform Airbiquity was recently honored as a 2014 Edison Award finalist.
Safety-oriented features include remote vehicle monitoring, geo-fencing, and automatic crash notifications.