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Cool IoT Use Cases: New security mechanisms for networked cars

Market overview

Trans icons ind.qxp_Layout 1Vehicles are employing software updates as well as an increasing number of on-board systems and sensors that communicate with each other. (more…)

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GDPR could spell fines for fleet management

GDPR establishes strict requirements for the way that personal data must be governed and protected. These requirements must be met for every citizen of the European Union (EU), says freelance technology writer Antony Savvas, regardless of the geographic location of the company holding this information. (more…)

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Dear car makers, we need to talk to about our relationship

I learned exactly how passionate people are for their cars when I worked in comms for the Met Police, says Nick Booth. Some drivers would issue death threats over the phone just because plod moved their Mini when it was blocking Piccadilly Circus. Mind you, the male callers could be just as bad. (more…)

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Cool IoT Use Cases: Airfreight transportation employs Blockchain technology

Market overview

Blockchain has the potential to significantly improve the efficiency and transparency of business networks, especially in cargo & logistic flows. (more…)

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Why control and ‘best practice’ is needed in automotive software design

Ensuring reliable, secure software in the IoT must start with the development process and then continue across the entire lifecycle of every digital asset – with rigorous control over reliability, at every stage from ideation through to future upgrades and maintenance. (more…)

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Everything is going IoT

There’s a little bit of embedded technology connecting to the internet in nearly all new devices. The types of “things” going internet-enabled include tea kettles (seriously), trainers (sneakers), and televisions. (more…)

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Time for fleet to make connectivity demands

It’s nice to see the international IoT fleet management market bubbling up nicely as existing players and new entrants rush towards the opportunities being created. Antony Savvas says the fleet industry is doing its bit to create an important IoT market, and it’s now time that the mobile operators got their skates on too. (more…)

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Driverless vehicles really are a matter of life or death

Failing or poorly performing technology is nothing new. Here, Antony Savvas considers the fallout for fleet management as a result of the recent autonomous Uber vehicle fatality in the US. The technology industry and the hype that surrounds it is probably not matched by any other industry. (more…)

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Virtual reality technology’s impact on the auto industry and beyond

Virtual reality (VR’s) applications go far beyond gaming and creating virtual worlds for leisure interaction. Enterprises are using the technology to develop new products and test them in virtual scenarios that are as close to real life as possible. So says Jacques Delacour, CEO and founder of OPTIS. (more…)

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