Read our story and meet the people behind Eloy
Eloy has been designed to help you mange your car.
Reporting accidents, smarter navigation, shared car activities and voice control, Eloy is here to help you get the best of your car and help your family do the same.
We believe so much more can be done through technology
Whether you want others to edit and share routes for you, track and share where you are, monitor your car use and get more out of your car insurance, we’re focused on solving those problems for you. Technology can do a lot with your car and it will do more in the future.
Help us add more!
If you want a new tool or feature, please get in touch. Much like a Swiss Army Knife, there is more we can add to Eloy and we welcome your input.
Anna focuses on design, front-end development, marketing, and customer insight. Previously worked for Sainsbury’s, Debenhams, Hive, and Aldermore. BSc Management and Chemical Sciences from UMIST.
Damian specialises in product creation, mathematics, finance, and driverless vehicles. Previously worked for Macquarie, JP Morgan and Prudential. MA University of Oxford, MSc University of Bristol, and MBA Melbourne Business School.
Marcus manages Eloy’s technology and products. Previously worked for Christie’s Auction House, Centaur Media, and Triad Group. BSc in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Warwick.
Head of Development
Remy has worked at Intel, Ammeon, XAD Communications and Toshiba. He has a PhD from the University of Bristol (thesis on low latency network connectivity) and an M.Eng Computer Science from the University of Bristol.
Junior Software Engineer
Drew graduated with a BSc in Videogame Development from Bristol UWE, researching and creating subjects from Game Level Design to Artificial Intelligence. Has a great interest in the future technological advances of Virtual/Augmented reality and its ever growing uses and adaptation into every day life.
Baroness Sharon Bowles of Berkhamsted currently sits in the House of Lords and was a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the South East England region of the United Kingdom from 2005 to 2014. Her prior profession was as a European patent attorney. She provides Eloy with advice across various matters.