Viasat Connect, a key player in the field of telematics and IoT
Vehicles and mobile assets
Since 1 January 2021, Emixis has become Viasat Connect Belgium
Viasat Connect Belgium is a Belgian leader in telematics, fleet management, mobile workforce tracking and IoT. Viasat Connect Belgium, Europe’s number 3 in telematics, is part of the Viasat Group, with over 700,000 connected vehicles.
Our brands include Securysat and aidoo mobile.
The Brussels-based company becomes the bridgehead for the entire group in the Benelux, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and French-speaking Africa. Viasat Connect Belgium benefits from the know-how of the Viasat group in the very promising segment of geolocation applications for insurance companies. Thanks to these new technologies, the user can benefit from an insurance policy whose premium depends on the number of kilometers travelled and even on the type of use the driver makes of his vehicle.
The Viasat Group is a European leader in satellite-based security systems integrating state-of-the-art telematics and IoT technologies to provide comprehensive security for the vehicle and its occupants in the anti-theft security systems, insurance telematics, fleet management and Big Data markets. Since 2016, the group has grown to become one of the most powerful economic companies, with a presence in more than 50 countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and South America.
Partner of Graine de vie
We are eco-responsible!
Viasat Connect Belgium takes its social responsibility very seriously and considers it natural to support sustainable development.
It is important for us to give nature its rightful place.
That is why Viasat Connect Belgium has set up a mechanism to offset our ecological footprint.
In partnership with the Graine de vie association, which is involved in reforestation in Madagascar,
Viasat Connect Belgium plants 5 trees for each box sold.
By creating fair jobs for local people in the nurseries and tree plantations,
Graine de vie not only improves the health of our planet, but also the daily lives of the Malagasy people.