Jacques Amselem has an extensive background and broad experience in Automotive Electronics Engineering.
main responsibility between 1985 and 1999 was to design and integrate safety and security systems for several Tier One and Aftermarket OEM parts and accessories manufacturers in Europe and North America.
In 2000, he
was involved more specifically in Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) and Telematics as Technical Director in charge of developing and implementing end-to-end Telematics solutions for Stolen Vehicle Tracking and
Small/Medium size Fleet Management in a French start-up company.
Some of the customers and projects were Daimler Chrysler Services (leasing), Ministry of Interior, logistics companies and retail individual customers seeking personal vehicle protection.
In 2002, Jacques joined the Mondial Assistance Group (now known as Allianz Global Assistance) Headquarters in Paris and was handed the responsibility for implementation of telematics services for the group's OEM customers.
Pan European emergency call for Mercedes (Teleaid) and complete suite of telematics services for Volvo (Volvo On Call) were the main projects that he
Since early 2000s, he
has been a regular contributor and participant in several standardization initiatives of the European Commission/CEN/Ertico
on telematics and eCall.
After having contributed to Allianz
Transformation Programs by evaluating possible usage of telematics technologies in the insurance and assistance activities of the Group, in 2006 the Board of Management of Allianz SE
with the responsibility to develop global telematics competency across the Group and implement telematics solutions to serve Allianz entities globally.
Jacques is presently the CEO of Allianz Telematics, a fully fledged Telematics Service Provider located in Trieste.