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Transatel to offer infotainment services and on-board Wi-Fi for Jaguar Land Rover

The first vehicles equipped with Transatel‘s technology, new and older models of the Jaguar and Land Rover ranges, will be available to the market end of June. The two companies recently signed a Master Services Agreement for a global cellular connectivity solution aiming to cover Jaguar Land Rovers’ connected car passenger applications: (more…)

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Autonomous vehicles’ after-shocks will open doors for business

The arrival of autonomous vehicles will disrupt the world in more ways than we realise — but it’s the after-shocks that ambitious companies should be thinking about and urgently. Over the next decade, we’ll increasingly start to view car ownership as quaint and inefficient, especially for city dwellers. (more…)

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3 reasons why eSIM is ready to make an impact in consumer IoT and M2M markets

Two of the most significant events for the global eSIM market—the 2nd World eSIM 2018 Summit and Mobile World Congress—took place recently, giving us a chance to take the pulse of the global eSIM market. (more…)

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New features and business models propel the fleet management market

New features are continuously added to fleet management solutions adding more value to end users. One recent example of this, says Johan Fagerberg, co-founder of Berg Insight, is the integration of cameras in vehicle environments for various purposes. (more…)

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Qt Safe Renderer receives certification for functional safety standards in automotive and railways

The Qt Company launched the Qt Safe Renderer 1.0 to seamlessly integrate functional safety compliance into the software development process for safety-critical systems and devices. By giving organisations a head start in meeting industry-specific compliance requirements, the Qt Safe Renderer allows them to focus valuable time and resources towards moving their businesses forward. (more…)

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Testing is critical to the safety of driverless cars

Driverless cars have been in the news on an almost daily basis this year as trials of the technology continue to take place around the world with varying levels of success. (more…)

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BlackBerry launches security credential management system, joins consortium to help secure V2X communication

To mark National Autonomous Vehicle Day, BlackBerry Ltd has announced that the company has joined the OmniAir Consortium. The company will be an executive member to help advance the testing, certification, and deployment of technologies for connected vehicles and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). (more…)

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Changing consumer habits and the rise of Transport-as-a-Service

The continued growth of urban populations has created new transport demands. This global trend, alongside changing consumer habits and technological advancements, has contributed to the proliferation of transport-as-a-service (TaaS). Michael Blanck, head of Business Development, Connected Car, Cisco IoT, explains. (more…)

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Big Data Horsepower

The future of the connected car and autonomous vehicles lies in the effective management of data. In an automotive world where cars are tapped into the internet and part of a co-ordinated infrastructure of billions of devices, getting the right data to the right place at the right time, (more…)

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The installed base of active cargo tracking units will reach 8.9mn by 2022, says Berg insight

Berg Insight, the IoT market research provider, released a new market report covering the cargo tracking market. The number of active tracking devices deployed for cargo loading units including trailers, intermodal containers, rail freight wagons, air cargo containers, cargo boxes and pallets reached 3.7 million worldwide in 2017. (more…)

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