The difficulty in defining today’s automotive industry is in itself an indication of just how complex a concept it has become across public, private and commercial applications. Within years, not decades, companies are rethinking the core principles of mobility, vehicle ownership, driver experience, logistics and propulsion all at once.  Any ONE of those should be considered an industry disruptor, yet they’re happening in parallel.  The shift to connectivity, self-driving, automation, and electrification are no longer a competitive advantage, but a requirement.  Each of these brings with it a new tranche of challenges, each one pointing to a need for rapid organizational change.

Total Estimated market value for connected vehicle data by 2030.

Source: Gartner

Total Estimated market value for connected vehicle data by 2030.

Source: Gartner

The estimated value of commercial telematics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24%, reaching $98B by 2026.

Source: Gartner

The number of electric vehicles sold globally will increase at a CAGR of 32% to reach 36M units by 2030.

Source: Gartner


For automakers to survive these revolutionary pressures, they must become software companies and collaborators, with a focus on Transportation as a Service (TaaS), subscription and shared mobility models, and the user experience (MobileX).  The robust “Connected Vehicle” ecosystem of the future consists of many pillars, all of which are rooted in a core of transformative business mindset, AI/ML, data science, data monetization, UI/UX and IoT.  

Global change requires enterprise-grade changes in both process and organizational structure to support continuous strategy and innovation.  At DMI, our Minimum Viable Transformation (MVT) approach allows companies to integrate with 3rd party partners to enable everything from smart cities, smart grids, self-driving, and the connected user experience.  Our MVT model sets the stage for growth across all pillars of this ever-changing industry, allowing entry into the future of Automobility.



Services, Solutions, and Products for digital transformation in the automotive industry.




DMI takes the Telematics platform beyond conventional fleet management, leveraging artificial intelligence to produce real-time insights, risk analytics, and data monetization. This platform approach allows the client to focus on primary cost drivers, vehicle tracking, driver performance & safety, route optimization, delivery tracking, and maintenance alerts. Further, we also leverage Electric Vehicle (EV) telematics data to monitor and optimize fleet battery charging, battery health, and unique EV-tailored route planning & management.

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Vehicle assessments are vital to the automotive industry. Dealers, manufacturers, insurance carriers, rental car companies, collision repair shops and auto claims adjusters all require rapid, accurate and consistent vehicle condition assessment and documentation. cuts turnaround time while increasing accuracy, saving everyone involved time and money. Anyone using on their smartphone or tablet can, within minutes, generate comprehensive vehicle condition reports and associated digital history records.

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At DMI, we enable success for our clients by focusing on rapid value creation and results through our MVT (Minimal Viable Transformation) approach to continuous strategy.  This approach includes organizational agility, customer experience, composable architecture, operations culture, change management, and in -depth connected vehicle tech capabilities.  We’ve created over 1B+. IoT in-vehicle connections and continue to develop the strategy, skills, platforms and products to bring the automotive industry into the connected, human-centric future of shared mobility, ownership, and information.