Navdy is building the world’s first Head Up Display (HUD) and in-car computing platform that allows drivers to access their smartphone apps while keeping their eyes on the road. The Company combines a high-quality projection display with voice and gesture controls, allowing drivers safer, touchless interaction with navigation, phone calls, music and other alerts.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
57 (est)-9%
Website
navdy.com
Navdy was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Navdy

Doug Simpson

Doug Simpson

Founder & CEO
Philip Constantinou

Philip Constantinou

Chief Product Officer
Jesse Madsen

Jesse Madsen

VP of Design
Amber Allred

Amber Allred

Talent & Culture Manager

Navdy Office Locations

Navdy has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
575 7th St

Navdy Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Navdy's latest funding round in December 2016 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Navdy has raised $68.6 m

Traffic Overview of Navdy

Navdy Online and Social Media Presence

Navdy News and Updates

Navdy’s new Glympse integration lets you share a live ETA from the road

 If you’ve ever been driving and wanted to let someone know when to expect you, there’s likely been some kind of compromise involved where you broke a few rules and texted while en route. Aftermarket HUD maker Navdy is giving its users an easier way to share their expected arrival time, through a ne…

Navdy’s aftermarket HUD proves a big in-car upgrade

 In-car navigation and infotainment options now abound, and more vehicles are shipping with support for native vehicle smartphone software from Apple and Google. But these all still prove distracting, and take your eyes away from the roadway, if only for a few brief seconds. Navdy’s dash-mounted aft…

Harman and Navdy team up to offer HUDs to OEMs and consumers

 Aftermarket heads-up driving accessory maker Navdy is teaming up with Harman, one of the leading suppliers of connected car systems and other components for automobiles. Harman, recently acquired by Samsung, has made a strategic investment in Navdy, and will also co-brand a new “Navdy with Harman” …

Navdy’s Heads-Up Display for your car starts shipping for $799

 We got our first glimpse of Navdy’s smart heads-up display for cars back in 2014, when the company crowdfunded its way to around two and a half million dollars. Two years and around $26 million in venture capital later, it’s here: as of this morning, the Navdy is officially shipping. The idea behin…

Anker is launching a Navdy clone called Roav

 Watch out, Navdy. Here comes Anker. The Chinese consumer electronic brand is about to release an in-vehicle heads-up display that appears to be similar in design and execution to the Navdy. The product is called Roav, and like the Navdy, the device appears to take information from a user’s phone an…

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