Connected Car Company to Push Vehicles to Openbay Shops

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Jan. 8, 2018—Tantalum Corporation partnered with Openbay to deliver an automotive repair and maintenance services platform to wireless carriers and auto manufacturers.

Tantalum’s connected car platform aims to connects motor vehicles with a Openbay's network of automotive service providers.

Vehicles with an illuminated dashboard indicator (e.g. check engine light) or a maintenance interval due will receive notification from the Tantalum-Openbay solution guiding the vehicle owner to nearby automotive service providers.

In the case of a dashboard indicator, the solution will offer an explanation of the issue along with pricing information from local shops to select from and book a service appointment.

The platform also allows vehicle owners to request specific services or describe problems they experience with their vehicle, receive service pricing from multiple automotive service providers nearby, select providers that best meet their needs (e.g. distance, price, reviews), book service appointments and pay online. The platform also maintains a history of service for the vehicle.

The platform will be made available through a host of wireless carriers and automotive manufacturers.

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