The blockchain-based transportation solution built on data generated by smart devices, CarBlock, is partnering with connected car data company nonda, which it says reflects its “commitment to empowering drivers to use their data and ultimately earn rewards for providing data to companies in need”.
nonda is already a leading smart device company and provides a fleet of devices that allow any car to become a connected car, regardless of its make or model. Its solutions include a Smart Car Charger, Smart Tyre Safety Monitor, Smart Vehicle Health Monitor, Wireless Smart Backup Camera, Car Key Finder and Universal HD Audio Adapter.
“We view this partnership as the next step in bringing nonda’s mission to life,” said its General Manager Ivan Chong. “We started out committed to bringing luxury features into vehicles, no matter the make or model, and now we can also provide our driving community with the ability to share the data that they create each time they drive. This is an exciting time in the automotive and technology arenas and we are excited to have a partner like CarBlock who continues to push boundaries and drive technology forward.”
CarBlock is a decentralised blockchain platform and ecosystem that serves the entire automotive and transportation industry. The company says that, while the internet has enabled the flow of information, CarBlock will do the same for data and assets. “This increased access to data will enable businesses to make better decisions and stimulate a more efficient operation for them on CarBlock, while attracting individuals, teams, universities and research institutions to join the ecosystem and eventually change the entire automotive and transportation industry,” it says.
“CarBlock recognises the value in great partners,” Julie Wang, Chief Evangelist, CarBlock. “We are excited to work with a partner like nonda. They already have hundreds of thousands of committed users and we look forward to providing them even more value in the very near future. We expect to announce a formal reward plan for current nonda users in the coming weeks.”