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Displaying items by tag: Telematics

The Australian arm of connected vehicle company Verizon Connect has launched its Field Service Dispatch solution for the Australian market, providing a solution it says makes it easy for dispatchers to efficiently schedule and communicate job information to technicians and customers throughout the day, in near-real-time.

Published in Strategy

Queensland-based Bigmate is applying its experience in telematics to additional areas of technology and business.

Published in Business Intelligence

Fully autonomous driverless cars will be commonplace within five years and likely have a large proportion of the “car park” within 10 years, says Thomas Schmidt, global managing director of TomTom Telematics.

Published in Internet of Things
Tuesday, 13 September 2016 04:47

Connected cars to drive 98% of all M2M traffic

Data-intensive applications such as Internet radio, music streaming applications, and information services will generate approximately 6000 petabytes per annum by 2021, equivalent to more than 300 billion hours of music streaming.

Published in Automotive
Monday, 12 January 2015 19:25

CES heralds year of the connected car

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was marked by the record number of car manufacturers who exhibited. Will connected car technology go mainstream in 2015?

Australian fleet insurance group, Zurich, has deployed fleet management and driver safety solutions from global transportation and logistics solutions provider, Trimble, as part of its integrated fleet intelligence (ZFI) risk management program.

Published in Deals

Telstra subsidiary Sensis has announced plans to launch a voice-activated in-vehicle system that will accesses multiple cloud-based data feeds to enable drivers to find and share information on location, weather, social media channels, live traffic services and points of interest.

Published in Mobility

The integration of smartphones into consumer vehicles will become all but standard on new models, according to one leading analyst, which also forecasts that 92 million vehicles will feature technology to integrate the smartphone into the head-unit by 2016.

Published in Market
Thursday, 07 April 2011 10:57

Microsoft and Toyota team for telematics

Microsoft and Toyota have teamed up to work on an Azure-based telematics platform for the carmaker's next generation services.

Published in Deals
Monday, 24 January 2011 18:01

One billion connected consumer devices by 2016

The UMTS Forum is predicting a global population of one billion mobile broadband consumer devices by 2016, ranging from cars to digital cameras.

Published in Market

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