Track and trace has long dominated the Mexican telematics scene. But seeds planted last summer show the market is ripe for expansion beyond stolen vehicle recovery (SVR). Brian Kenety reports.
The pan-European eCall is coming – eventually. But will it be too late to be the essential traffic safety service it was meant to be? And will anyone still profit from it? In the second of a two-part series, Siegfried Mortkowitz reports.
In the third of a three-part series, Susan Kuchinskas looks at the evolving paradigm for delivering apps to the connected car.
Andrew Thompson and Jan Stojaspal report on how situation awareness can make for a more personalized, less distracting human-machine interface (HMI).
Pierre Sirolli, business development director for aftersales, Renault Trucks, on standard fitment of fleet telematics, portable devices and the future of autonomous driving.
Ulf Ödesjö, head of solution development, EMEA, Volvo Group Telematics, on doing more with telematics data and improving Dynafleet’s integration with customers’ business processes.
Basil Enan, founder and chairman, CoverHound, a San Francisco-based online insurance comparison platform, on the need to bring price transparency and consistency to shopping for insurance telematics.
In Saskatchewan, the state is tapping insurance telematics to bring down motorcycle accidents. Telematics Update’s Brendan McNally has the story.
In the second of a two-part series, Siegfried Mortkowitz reports on the future of multimodal mobility and how it can help solve the daunting problems that will arise when nearly two thirds of the world’s population will be living in megacities.
In the first of a two-part series, Siegfried Mortkowitz reports on the future of multimodal mobility and how it can help solve the daunting problems that will arise when nearly two thirds of the world’s population will be living in megacities.
Facing slow market for electric vehicles, China’s minister of science and technology tries to jumpstart the sector. Kevin Holden reports from Beijing.
Initial enthusiasm for commercial electric vehicles is being tempered by poor battery performance, range anxiety and low resale value. Advances in telematics have helped, to an extent. Yet large-scale adoption appears to be still some way off. Christine Whitehouse reports.
Telematics Update will bring together 250+ market-leaders, including Ford, BMW, Volvo, Toyota, ERTICO, GM, Trip Advisor, Facebook at Content and Apps for Auto Europe 2014 (Hotel Kempinski, Munich, April 8-9)
Telematics Update will bring together 250+ market-leaders, including General Motors, Volvo, Toyota, ERTICO, Kia, Trip Advisor and Facebook at The Content and Apps for Auto Europe Conference 2014 (April 8-9)
With just two weeks to go until the Telematics for Fleet Management Europe 2014 Conference and Exhibition (12-13th March, Amsterdam), Telematics Update have announced the final speaker line-up and agenda for the conference – featuring exclusive presentations and up to the moment industry debates.