Zonar Systems

Zonar is a transportation technology company that enables public and private fleets to improve regulatory compliance, increase fleet efficiency, and improve safety. Fleets utilize Zonar’s platforms to capture vehicle-related data that is then integrated with other back-end systems or viewed through Zonar’s web-based Ground Traffic Control application. Zonar's telematics platform includes telematics control units that capture data directly from the vehicle’s engine and sub-systems, as well as external GPS satellite data. In conjunction with the telematics platform, Zonar's mobile platform includes user-enabled devices that capture information supplied by a driver, operator, or rider. Identifying the right data for a fleet’s specific needs is an important step in the process. Zonar helps fleets determine data needs, creating information streams that improve decision-making.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Seattle, US
Founded
2001
Size (employees)
359 (est)
Zonar Systems was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Seattle, US

Key People at Zonar Systems

Brett Brinton

Brett Brinton

CEO and Co-Founder
Kendall Stever

Kendall Stever

Chief Financial Officer
Mike McQuade

Mike McQuade

Chief Sales Officer and Co-Founder
Ian McKerlich

Ian McKerlich

Chief Strategy Officer
Paul Kemp

Paul Kemp

Chief Talent Officer

Zonar Systems Office Locations

Zonar Systems has offices in Seattle, Cincinnati, Suwanee, Atlanta and in 1 other location
Seattle, US (HQ)
18200 Cascade Ave S
Seattle, US
500 821 2nd Ave
Suwanee, US
475 Horizon Dr
Cincinnati, US
1906 600 Vine St
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Zonar Systems Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2001

Total Funding

$50 m

Latest funding size

$50 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

Zonar Systems's latest funding round in July 2015 was reported to be $50 m. In total, Zonar Systems has raised $50 m

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Zonar Systems News and Updates

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