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Aug 25, 2014

Nokia HERE drops its CEO after a failed consumer-first strategy, as Garmin embraces Android for fleet and Jaguar integrates lasers into its HUD. Andrew Tolve reports.

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Industry Insight

Commercial Electric Vehicles progress slower than...

Aug 1, 2014

Electric vehicles are the next big thing in transportation – or so they would have us think.

The slow life (or death?) of Contran 245

Jun 27, 2014

Siegfried Mortkowitz reports on yet another delay in Contran 245 deployment and whether the best thing to come out of the mandate at this point might...

Telematics, CRM, and a very long-tailed...

May 15, 2014

When telematics first entered the CRM space, it promised to greatly increase revenues for OEMs and dealerships' service departments. But, so far...

Executive viewpoint

Viewpoint: Masternaut on telematics and driver...

Apr 24, 2014

Martin Hiscox, chairman and CEO of Masternaut, discusses advances in fleet telematics and how they can enhance driver safety.

Q&A: Bharti Airtel on the future of M2M and...

Mar 20, 2014

Dhruv Dhawan, product head, M2M & enterprise solutions, Bharti Airtel, on the prospects of M2M and 4G connectivity in India.

Video: Renault Trucks on standard fitment of...

Mar 7, 2014

Pierre Sirolli, business development director for aftersales, Renault Trucks, on standard fitment of fleet telematics, portable devices and the...

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Weekly Brief

Weekly Brief: Nokia HERE in flux after CEO departs

Aug 25, 2014

Nokia HERE drops its CEO after a failed consumer-first strategy, as Garmin embraces Android for fleet and Jaguar integrates lasers into its HUD....

Weekly Brief: GM’s 4G free pilot gets off to a...

Aug 18, 2014

The call for carmakers to get serious on cyber security reaches a fevered pitch in Las Vegas, as GM’s 4G free pilot gets off to a soaring start....

Weekly Brief: Telematics heats up in China

Aug 11, 2014

Volkswagen debuts its Car-Net telematics system in China, as Chinese Internet giants jump at the connected car opportunity. Andrew Tolve reports.