Our smartphone-based solutions are revolutionizing global transportation safety and the industries servicing it, including FNOL.
Founded by pioneers of connected-vehicle safety
Sfara’s leadership team has spent years in the connected vehicle space, pioneering its technologies, logging billions of miles driven on the programs they created, helping hundreds of thousands of people during their moments of crisis.
Sfara’s teams work from locations around the world
Sfara provides a patented AI solution for personal safety and collision management using a smartphone.
This low-cost solution is available for insurance carriers, automotive OEMs, fleets, wireless carriers and other organizations concerned with mobile safety. For Insurance, Sfara is innovating the digital claims experience by accelerating and improving the claims process, ultimately saving lives and money.
Sfara’s easy-to-implement, global SaaS solution is GDPR-compliant, delivered as a software development kit (SDK), and compatible with Apple iOS and Android smartphones manufactured since 2013. The company offers unprecedented trips detection capabilities, including collisions at ultra-low speeds and distracted driving insights. In addition, Sfara’s Integrated Suppression Framework accurately suppresses false positives (leading the industry), allowing customers to confidently initiate emergency services and/or a first notification of loss (FNOL) for insurance claims, solving one of the largest challenges in smartphone-based collision management.
Sfara serves its customers jointly with leading innovative strategic partners including Mercedes-Benz, Bosch, and CCC. Sfara is led by a deeply experienced executive team, having successfully developed, launched and operated embedded and aftermarket telematics solutions for Fortune 500 brands in automotive, insurance and fleet applications throughout North America, Europe and Asia. These include programs for FNOL, UBI, personal safety and emergency response. Sfara maintains offices across the United States, Finland, Israel and Germany.