Veniam named one of the most innovative companies in America by CNBC at #28
Veniam, a startup created in the scope of the CMU Portugal Program (CMU Portugal), was lauded by CNBC as one of the 50 most forward-thinking companies in America by CNBC.
Veniam was selected among 750 companies by the fourth annual Disruptor 50 from CNBC. Ranked on the 28th position, Veniam went from building the world largest network of connected vehicles in Porto (Portugal) and supporting more than 4 million internet sessions to delivering key managed services for intelligent transportation systems and urban services in NY and Singapore. Currently, Veniam designs, develops and deploys vehicular ad-hoc networks for any type of business.
Veniam was founded by João Barros, faculty at the Faculdade de Engenharia of the Universidade do Porto, and by Susana Sargento, faculty at the Universidade de Aveiro. Veniam is a spin-off company that uses technologies developed at Universidade de Aveiro and Instituto de Telecomunicações under the CMU Portugal Program.