CMS Beats ‘IoT’ Businesses To Finals Of Connected Britain Awards.
Collision Management Systems (CMS) is delighted to confirm its selection as a finalist in the first ever Connected Britain Awards, designed to recognise the innovation and achievement of companies at the forefront of Britain’s digital economy.
CMS is one of only seven companies shortlisted for the IoT Award, which acknowledges the Internet of Things (IoT) as a driving force in the UK’s smart-revolution, and celebrates the visionaries who are helping to make it a reality.
Charles Smith, CEO of CMS confirms, “We are thrilled that our connected vehicle data aggregation, risk and crash detection solution is shortlisted for this exciting new award. By overcoming many of the challenges associated with insurers using connected vehicle data we are delivering significant savings and benefits for motorists. CMS is a great example of how Britain is leading the way in delivering real world solutions within the connected and autonomous car industry. Our UK tech-talent is pioneering practical solutions to help businesses navigate the Internet-of-Things and manage Big Data more effectively, particularly as the use of connected cars grow.”
The awards drew applications from every corner of Britain’s connectivity landscape, from local and national government bodies to small, niche operators, as well as huge multi-national firms. The winners will be named at the Connected Britain conference and exhibition on the 19 June 2018.