Pioneer gets into more connected cars with Treasure Data

pioneertreasurePioneer and Mountain View-based Treasure Data announced a partnership to develop Big Data telematics cloud solutions such as data from vehicle electronics sensors. Pioneer was one of the first companies to offer CarPlay coming in a software update.

Using the Treasure Data Cloud Service, Pioneer will release new data and analytics-based services for automobile manufacturers and related businesses, including dealers, repair shops, insurance and rental car companies.

They will develop consumer-friendly products and enhancements using vehicle sensor logs, traffic situations, driving tendencies and other pattern. The plan is to use the visualization of big data to fuel the automatic providing of information to business operators in the automotive industry. Telematics services include:

  • Proactive service alerts according to automobiles’ situations.
  • Attentive after-sales service.
  • Improved safety driving support systems.

Treasure Data offers managed cloud service for collecting, storing and analyzing massive volumes of sensor data, logs and other big data.

Pioneer  brought the first GPS car system to market in 1990. In 2013, Pioneer started its Mobile Telematics Center, a cloud infrastructure for automobiles, which provides cloud-based navigation services, as well as advanced traffic updates.

The Treasure Data Cloud Service has thousands of free users and over 100 corporate customers across the United States, Asia and Europe.