TEL AVIV, Israel, Apr. 20, 2017 — Anagog LTD., the developer of the patented smartphone’s sensor-based mobility status technology, announced today that it was selected by Frost & Sullivan as the winner of its ‘Enabling Technology Leadership Award’ for 2017.
According to Frost & Sullivan senior analyst Isaac Abraham, “Anagog leverages on the smartphone sensor suite to empower its customers to develop applications on its patented SDK. Anagog’s business model enables it to provide its SDK as a free open platform for developers and leverage on the anonymized data collected by the developed application to perform predictive analysis. For car manufacturers, Anagog’s data analytics focuses on connected-driver solutions including parking, mapping, advertising, car dealership analytics, and other predictive services that fit the fast approaching autonomous car.”
With its strong overall performance, Anagog has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 Enabling Technology Leadership Award.
According to Frost & Sullivan, in 2016, the automotive industry spent an estimated $44.0 billion on information technology (IT), of which connected living, Internet of Things (IoT), and Big Data analytics accounted for $4.5 billion, or 10.2% of the total expenditure. By 2025, expenditure by the automotive industry on connected living, IoT, and Big Data is expected to reach $28.2 billion (16.7% of total IT spending). These technologies are expanding the ecosystem of the car into mobile devices to understand user preferences and requirements.
“We are honored to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan as an Enabling Technology Leader,” said Ofer Tziperman, CEO of Anagog. “Anagog has spent years creating and perfecting a technology solution that turns real-life movements into real-world contextual actions.
With ultra-low battery power, we know to use existing multiple sensors’ signals in smartphones to capture, analyze, and understand real-time mobility status and location information of smartphone users. We collect and analyze billions of anonymous sensor readings every day on a global basis, including time-contextual inputs from most of the onboard sensors, such as an accelerometer, barometer, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and more. We make it easy for app developers to identify consumer behavior and competitive trends, and to deliver better contextual mobile app experience for their end users.”
Anagog was founded by Gil Levy and Yaron Aizenbud in 2010 and used the first years to develop and perfect its mobility status algorithms that allow for advanced on-phone machine learning capabilities for best user experience with ultra-low battery consumption and with a high level of privacy protection. The company has filed 16 patents to date and is currently developing a set of additional related advanced technologies and services.
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