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Demystifying GDPR for fleet managers

On 25th May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force, representing the biggest update to UK data protection in 20 years.

But what does it mean for fleet managers? (more…)

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Copenhagen’s vision for sustainable transport

Copenhagen has a “huge, ambitious target” to reach zero carbon emissions by 2025, explains Morten Kabell, Mayor for Environmental and Technical Affairs. Denmark’s capital city has made big changes to achieve this. All public buses and ferries will be powered by electricity; two new metro lines will launch; and this cycling city will have even more bike lanes. (more…)

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SK Telecom uses IoT to enhance railway safety

SK Telecom developed an Internet of Things (IoT) powered system to enhance railway safety in partnership with Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail) and local telecommunications solution developer Nable Communications. (more…)

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First driving behavior-based telematics automobile insurance developed for Toyota connected cars in Japan

Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and the MS&AD Insurance Group’s Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co., Ltd. (Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance) have jointly developed Japan’s first driving behavior-based telematics automobile insurance. (more…)

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LTA and SUTD partner to launch new Transport Research Centre in Singapore

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) will set up a new Transport Research Centre (TRC) – the announcement was made by LTA chairman Mr. Alan Chan at the second edition of LTA’s Future Mobility Symposium. (more…)

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Intelligent Transport Conference 2017: Top five lessons for urban transport

With the Intelligent Transport Conference finished for another year, we take a look at the top five lessons to be learnt in the urban transport industry…The passenger comes first: these are the words that were at the very heart of the discussion in every aspect of this year’s Intelligent Transport Conference. (more…)

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Intelligent prevention – how technology can help reduce UK rail suicides

There were 237 suicides and suspected suicides on the UK rail network in 2016. While this is a decrease from the 2015 figure of 253, it is no surprise these actions have a long-lasting impact on friends, family, witnesses and those who respond to an event. (more…)

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A Week in IoT: Broadcom mulls $100bn bid for Qualcomm, as Ayla banks $60m Chinese backing

Broadcom Ltd. is rumoured to be considering a bid of up to US$100 billion for Qualcomm Inc., according to a report by Bloomberg. As Jeremy Cowan writes, if it goes ahead this could be one of the biggest ever acquisitions of a chipmaker.

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Working group focuses on sky-high potential of supply chain control towers

In today’s global marketplace, supply chains are becoming increasingly complex. Recognising the growing need for centralised control, planning and execution of supply chain activities across all supply chain partners,
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How remote access technology will transform the automotive industry: Part 2

As we saw the first 3 points in Part 1 yesterday, the remaining points of the article continue below.The automotive market is increasingly saturated and competitive, compelling car manufacturers to find new ways to differentiate themselves through the connected ‘experience’ they can offer, says Tom Blackie, head of Automotive at RealVNC. (more…)

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