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October 16, 2015

Dialexa Creates Innovative Solutions for its Customers

Dallas-based Dialexa was in the business of the Internet of Things (IoT) before IoT was even a thing. The company, which is focused on niche hardware and software innovation for a variety of markets, is basically in the technology problem solving business.

Dialexa is also the home of Dialexa Labs, a large-scale incubator program that has played host to the launch of two successful companies. This year alone the company launched Vinli, a connected car platform and Robin, an on-demand lawn care service company serving key areas throughout Texas.

Brad Bush, COO of Dialexa, sat down with TMC CEO Rich Tehrani at the recent On the Road Dallas 2015 event to discuss how Dialexa is fostering innovation and connectivity through IoT. “We take our own best ideas and turn those into companies,” said Bush of Dialexa Labs. “This year we’ve actually launched two of those companies.”

Vinli is a connected car platform and hardware device that essentially turns any car into a smart car instantaneously. It plugs into a car’s OBDII port to create a hotspot on the fly with support for WiFi-enabled LTE, Bluetooth and GPS. And since it’s a platform, companies can create apps to perform smart tasks like checking gas and oil levels or getting data on check engine issues. The solution is slated to be available later this year.

Dialexa Labs also launched Robin this year, a service that lets customers in Texas enter their addresses to be instantly connected with lawn care service. Dialexa has a core focus of building custom hardware and software solutions for other companies and works in a variety of markets for small companies up to Fortune 500.

To learn more about Dialexa and some of the company’s recent IoT projects, check out the full interview below: 




Edited by Kyle Piscioniere


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