Beyond line of sight
How do we make an automated world even safer than our current one? Carmenta's cloud-based technology gives connected and automated vehicles awareness of their surroundings - far beyond line of sight. With 30+ years of mission-critical experience, we develop situational awareness solutions to make connected and automated vehicles safer, smarter and more efficient.
From the cloud to the road
We provide a key piece of a much larger picture. We use the latest cloud technology to ease integration with our customers’ connected systems and meet their need for flexibility, scalability and global range.
In the field
Use cases for Carmenta's Automotive Technology
Cloud services for connected and automated vehicles
The cars and trucks being developed today are being held to ever-higher standards of safety.
Smart city solutions
Making better use of the city road infrastructure for increased mobility of people and goods is a major Smart City challenge.
Autonomous utility vehicles
Ground and utility vehicles have become the first to be fully autonomous.
Traffic management involves monitoring traffic flows and providing advice about traffic congestion to improve safety and efficiency in the transportation network.
Maritime situational awareness
The need for situational awareness in maritime traffic management is increasing all the time, especially as we move towards the era of autonomous shipping and more centralised maritime traffic management.
Mar 15, 2019
Carmenta TrafficWatch™ operational in automated vehicle systems
Carmenta TrafficWatchTM has been selected by several customers in the vehicle & traffic situational awareness sector. Two customers will go live with commercial system operations in the second half of 2019, …
Aug 29, 2018
Carmenta Automotive and partners presented the successful project AD Aware Traffic Control-Emergency Vehicles
The purpose of the project is to send warnings and advices to vehicles when there is an emergency vehicle approaching. System cloud architecture to handle message flow from emergency vehicles …