Carma Project was founded as a response to the needless injury and death caused by dangerous automotive safety recalls that are not fixed. In 2021, our cars drove overs 1 million miles, notifying vehicle owners of the deadly Takata Airbag Recall. Our company is directly responsible for getting tens of thousands of dangerous airbags off the road.
In support of this mission, Carma Project uses ALPR technology as a way to quickly identify recalled vehicles that remain unrepaired. By identifying an affected vehicle, Carma Project is able to inform owners about urgent recalls and provide important information on how a recalled vehicle can be fixed for free.
In new programs beyond the Takata airbag recall campaign, we make sure to stay true to our identity as a safety company. Our clients and partners come from all sorts of industries, but at their core, we are all interested in improving the lives of the communities we drive in.
Carma Project's origin story. From safety to vehicles emissions, we are driving through neighborhoods looking for vehicles in need of urgent repair, and ensuring that vehicle owners are properly notified.
Carma Project keeps communities safe by ensuring that law enforcement officers get the right vehicle information at the right time, in order to serve victims of crime and help wrongdoers be brought to justice.
Carma's technology streamlines operations for parking enforcement systems, ensuring reliable, accurate, and efficient violation delivery. Photos, time stamps and geo-locations provide for maximum transparency.
Powered by best-in-class cloud services and on the same technology stack as the world's largest telecom companies, we ensure that all the data is always stored and sent securely.
Our technologies are undergoing a SOC 2 evaluation, meaning that we are aiming for for some of the most rigorous compliance standards.
Learn about our data privacy policies.
We will never share information with PI firms, or any circumstance where a private individual or company is researching other private individuals.
We don't work with ICE, or any other government or private agency involved in immigration affairs.