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Cool IoT use cases: Monitoring passengers’ activity at Manchester Airport

Market overview

Air transport is becoming more and more popular; airports now offer places for leisure, gastronomy, shopping or culture, among others. (more…)

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Three transportation trends that will define 2019

Iteris, a US company, provides consulting services and IoT products that record and predict traffic and weather conditions. Here are CMO Joe Boissy’s predictions for 2019. (more…)

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The connected car in the embedded world

What’s the hardest job in car design? Here’s a clue, says Nick Booth: it’s one of four major disciplines. The curvature? The car shape? The wedges? No, it’s none of those. The toughest job for car designers, experts say, is Packaging. (more…)

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Break up the journey to 5G with a few liveners at the Millbrook Proving Ground

We’re on a long journey to Level Five Automation and they’re getting restless in the back. How far is it now? (more…)

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A Spanish port handles Big Data, and steering IBM’s Watson on the road

Water-driven fleet operations are increasingly adopting IoT-based systems to increase their productivity, Antony Savvas takes a look at one of the newest projects, and how IBM’s Artificial Intelligence is building its presence in the car supply chain. (more…)

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Fleet cash raised, and industry standard agreements developing

Zeelo, the coach on-demand service has just raised £4.25m (€4.85m) in new funding to help expand its service beyond the UK and South Africa, a move that should shake up the industry in many countries, says Antony Savvas. (more…)

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Can Nio’s electric supercar smash the barriers to a mass market?

What’s more important in an electric car – thrust or trust? Freelance technology writer, Nick Booth investigates. (more…)

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It’s one small schlep for a man, but Clarion makes a giant leap for the connected car

In the Platinum 3 Parking lot in Swenson Street, Las Vegas self-driving took itself up one level. Which was odd, says freelance technology writer, Nick Booth, because it was already on the top floor. (more…)

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Israel continues to generate a big piece of the fleet action

The country has been the location of various digital fleet and driverless initiatives over the last couple of years. Antony Savvas looks at a new one that is aiming to make a big splash in the global fleet market, and another that sees a Russian web heavyweight dive into the Israeli driverless scene. (more…)

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Who’s in charge of the connected car? Ask the driver in the loop

Don’t you hate it when someone criticises your driving? Why are we going this way? Slow down! Speed up! Don’t let that car push in! (more…)

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