Huecore’s IoT-driven InsurTech platform is unveiling at CES 2019, Eureka Park, Las Vegas.
Huecore, a New York-based technology enterprise, is unveiling its connected-car platform which IoT Nation calls, “One of the most exciting and impactful IoT products in the market.” The unveiling will take place at CES 2019 on January 7-11th in Las Vegas (Eureka Park, Sands G, Booth #52952). CES is the global stage for innovations and the most influential tech event on the planet. It has served as the place for innovators to present breakthrough technologies for 50 years, and now Huecore will be among the more than 3,900 exhibiting companies contributing to the future of technology.
Huecore connected platform transforms over 267M disconnected vehicles currently on the road into connected smart cars. For the first time, drivers have the power to fit older model vehicles with the latest technologies while avoiding fragmented high-risk aftermarket products, paying a premium at dealerships, or purchasing a new car.
The Huecore SmartFrames, a connected smart license plate, protects drivers and their auto insurers from the consequences of hit-and-runs involving parked and unattended vehicles. The SmartFrames gather evidence designed to protect drivers after an accident and users can file insurance claims
and generate police reports straight from the mobile application. In collaboration with K2 Insurance, Huecore is reinforcing the cooperation between drivers and insurers to reduce their financial risk exposure cooperatively.