Times Have Changed

posted on October 18, 2020 by Katasi in from Scott

Times Have Changed Four years ago, we would be in a conference room discussing network-level distracted driving with Telco exec’s, insurance company execs, or technology partners, when about 15 minutes into the meeting some 50ish-year-old exec would say “The Gen-Zs and Millenials can’t control themselves. They need this technology.” And those around the table would […]


Why can’t I talk?

posted on September 27, 2020 by Katasi in from Scott

Why can’t I talk? All agree that looking at your screen for a few seconds to message, Snap-chat, or find that playlist on Spotify, takes your eyes from the road and can kill.  We’ve all heard the “imagine driving the distance of a football field with your eyes closed” argument. It is cliche. It is […]


Katasi Reaches Milestone with Groove

posted on September 8, 2020 by Katasi in Updates

Katasi Reaches Milestone with Groove We are super-pleased to announce that early this week we achieved an extraordinary milestone: 300,000 miles driven by drivers protected against mobile phone distractions with Groove! The above was accomplished with our anchor technology partners, Geotab (www.geotab.com) and Mobile Iron (www.mobileiron.com), and – most importantly – our anchor deployment partner […]


Should everyone have Groove?

posted on September 19, 2018 by Katasi in Featured

Should everyone have Groove? When we are asked about our company and product by parents, it takes only a few minutes for them to fully comprehend that Groove is simply a way to notify your mobile phone carrier when a family member is driving so that the carrier can limit distractions at the network level […]


The Journal

posted on October 25, 2016 by Scott Tibbitts in from Scott

For those of us that travel… It didn’t really take much time and always seemed easy. All those business trips in planes, a couple hours to yourself, off the grid. I started when Ryan was 5 and Alyssa was 1. Spending 15 minutes each flight adding another page to a letter on the laptop, each […]