We are looking for investments in our service AVEDI:
Streaming service for delivering both entertainment and news channels video content for Tesla car owners around the world on the built-in screens of their cars.
Now and in the foreseeable future, it’s impossible to accomplish this without our product. There are no any analogues and competitors for the product we're working on.
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Pain we solve
While traveling relatively long distances and even in traffic jams in the city, Tesla car drivers de-facto use third-party (external) gadgets to view news and entertainment content. It’s very inconvenient to use mobile phones, tablets or laptops, which in their turn hinder the movement and constrain vision, which is really unsafe.
The demo of how AVEDI works in the car
To solve this problem, we have developed a video streaming service from popular online platforms for Tesla cars, which allows drivers and passengers to play video content while driving and parking the car.
The service is supported by all Tesla cars, uses the latest IT technologies and does not require any third-party intervention in the car.
The service is targeted mostly at Tesla drivers, car owners and their families from all over the world. In neighbour countries, such as Ukraine and Russia, there are about 1000 and 3600 owners respectively.
Total global Tesla sales (2018):
- Tesla Roadster (since 2008): 2 450
- Tesla Model S (since 2012): 263 504
- Tesla Model X (since 2015): 120 739
- Tesla Model 3 (since 2017): 147 819
- Total for 2018: 534 512
It is worth noting that the sales of Tesla cars are growing every quarter. According to official statistics, 97,000 cars were sold in the third quarter of 2019: 95,200 were sold in the second quarter of 2019. So, for the last two quarters: 192,200 units sold - not taking into account the newest Tesla Model Y, which is not on sale yet.