Veniam is building the Internet of Moving Things. We turn vehicles into WiFi hotspots and build city-scale vehicular networks that expand wireless coverage and collect terabytes of urban data. In controlled spaces such as ports and container terminals, Veniam's game-changing solutions ensure that all mobile workers and assets are securely connected, no matter where they are or at what speed they are moving. Our hardware, software and cloud components are running in the world's largest network of connected vehicles, including taxis, waste collection trucks and and entire public bus fleet in Porto, Portugal, offering free WiFi to 95,000 active customers.
Veniam is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and has its engineering team in Porto (UPTEC). It was created in 2012 by João Barros and Susana Sargento, professors at the Universities of Porto and Aveiro, respectively. Roy Russell and Robin Chase, founder and former CEO of Zipcar, the largest car-sharing company in the world, are also co-founders of the company that is now investing in the growth in the US, Asian and European markets.