CMS appoints product development head for vehicle crash detection and data aggregation


Collision Management Systems (CMS) has appointed Colin Woolmer as head of product development for its vehicle crash detection and data aggregation solutions business.

Woolmer will be responsible for enhancing CMS’s existing telematics and insurance software offering and for the development of new real-time IoT-based data management and analysis services.

Prior to joining CMS, Woolmer was director of technology at TeletracNavman (formerly Trafficmaster).

He brings experience in cloud-based software development and architecture to CMS, gained managing technical projects for utilities, telecoms, automotive and financial services customers for high-profile brands, including the AA, BT and Jaguar Land Rover.

Woolmer said: “Connected vehicle and data services represents an incredibly exciting market that’s destined to deliver huge benefits for users in terms of risk reduction, operational efficiency and cost savings.”

“CMS is a dynamic business that’s right at the heart of this. Its pioneering technology is already gaining recognition as the de facto for car data aggregation and setting a new benchmark for accurate and usable real-time data. I am excited to be part of the team and look forward to helping CMS exploit its technical and market potential even further.”

Charles Smith, CEO of CMS, said: “We are delighted to have someone with Colin’s industry standing and technical credentials join our rapidly growing team. With his experience and support, we are well placed to take advantage of the growing opportunities for our software both at home and overseas and to develop new products that take advantage of vehicle data as the automotive-IoT ecosystem and associated applications expand.”

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