Small teams, big results
Using small, flexible tactical teams and the Lean-compatible methods you’d expect from a much larger company, Persis has a history of developing end-to-end systems comprised of highly advanced technologies in the areas of spatial data, embedded systems, telematics, connected systems, and wireless solutions.
Connected Systems for Vehicles
Today’s vehicles connect to a multitude of outside systems, giving manufacturers, emergency services, and providers of entertainment and information new and exciting ways to keep drivers and passengers informed, entertained and ... read more
Remote Diagnostics & Reflash
Customers—and an OEM's reputation—can be seriously harmed by a defect in a vehicle. As cars increasingly rely on their internal electronics, car manufacturers can prevent or correct potential vehicle problems by resolving software issues remotely. It’s more convenient for car owners and less expensive for OEMs if ... read more
This platform provides an intuitive set of tools to design, publish and collect crowd-sourced data including, photos, signatures and geo-positional information from mobile devices. TracVisor’s highly flexible and scalable data model and Service Oriented Architecture provides an easy path for ... read more
GM needed a next-generation infotainment platform to differentiate itself from others in the telematics/infotainment space that were closing in fast with offerings similar to OnStar. Substantial work had already been done to experiment with different ways to ... read more
Enterprise Integration Bus
One of the most innovative telematics systems in the world was under construction using a multitude of systems that were never intended to integrate with one another. As such, an integration bus was developed to accommodate the environment. At a time when application servers such as WebLogic and WebSphere were still in their infancy and no major work had been commercially carried out to provide a 24×7 totally fail-over safe infrastructure, the client was faced with the challenge to ... read more
Automated Wireless Replenishment
In an effort to reduce cost, a major telematics service provider had developed an elaborate IVR (Interactive Voice Response) system to permit drivers to replenish their accounts as calling minutes were used by buying additional minutes for use in their cars ... read more
The OnStar system was developed to focus on safety and security. Perhaps the most game-changing enhancement to the platform was the introduction of Advanced Crash Notification (ACN), which had the aim of automatically and systematically initiating communication between the vehicle, passengers, and emergency services in the event of a severe crash ... read more
Assert™ from Inflective, Inc.
In critical-to-survival enterprise-wide software implementations such as ERP or CRM transformation programs, it's vital that stakeholders throughout a company—across silos, locations, and even countries—are all focused on the same criteria, the same deliverables, the same quality standards, and more. Yet managing the program can be like guiding stakeholders through a maze ... read more
As part of an ongoing effort to prototype next-generation systems and test them in the marketplace, many systems are tried and showcased in various forums. A few promising ideas are developed and incorporated into test vehicles to be showcased at events such as the popular CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas ... read more.