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Connected cars: Targa Telematics in partnership with Mercedes Benz

The Italian tech company becomes a 'Trusted Partner' of the digital data solutions subsidiary of the German manufacturer


Targa Telematics, the Italian tech company developing digital solutions in connected mobility, has signed a partnership with Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services, subsidiary dedicated to digital data solutions of the German vehicle manufacturer.

With this collaboration, Targa Telematics becomes a “Trusted Partner” for the integration of technology platforms and the development of connected car solutions. Targa Telematics’ platform will integrate data via an API developed by Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services. This will enable Targa Telematics to provide various services to customers, simplifying the provisioning process on Mercedes-Benz vehicles. In accordance with GDPR, this process is available for customers who give consent in advance. Data protection and GDPR-compliant data processing are constantly ensured by Targa Telematics and Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services.

We are extremely proud to be a Trusted Partner of Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services, and to have started a very promising collaboration that allows us to increasingly support our customers even in Fleet Management and Smart Mobility. Thanks to the data integration from Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services within our proprietary ‘hardware agnostic’ platform, we are able to use even simpler and more efficient telematics technology, reducing the impact of device installation and maximising the value for the customer”, says Alberto Falcione, VP Sales at Targa Telematics.

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Edoardo Bellocchi

His first contacts with tech and IT date back to the era of the never forgotten Commodore 64. After some 15 years as a tech user and sometimes enthusiast, he went on to pursue a career in the IT field, first as a journalist and then as a PR. In recent years, he prefers to be identified as a journalist covering the wider technology market, with an eye to innovation topics.

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