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NGMN Alliance backs C-V2X technology for the connected car ecosystem

The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance, which drives and guides the development of all future mobile broadband technology with a focus on 5G, has published its V2X (cellular vehicle to everything) White Paper. (more…)

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Keeping the mobile lifeline ready

Some 500 people each week die in accidents on European roads, and in an effort to lower this number, the European Union (EU) has introduced eCall, a new vehicle safety system that leverages the mobile networks in each member country. What lessons does it hold for the rapidly developing, wider IoT market? John English, senior marketing manager, Service Providers, Netscout looks at the new, pan-European eCall emergency service.

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In-car technology hits the fast lane

Paul Carter, CEO, Global Wireless Solutions (GWS), explains that there is more going on with connected cars than most of us realise, in both scale and scope. (more…)

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Evolution of supply chain: Antiquity to forthcoming

“Supply chain’s history spans thousands of years starting from the days of ancient civilisations. However, the modern day supply chain as we know it only came into existence in the past 100 years. A lot has changed since the arrival of RFID chips and GPS tagging; now supply chain is on the verge of another leap, (more…)

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BGF invests £1.25mn in Collision Management Systems to develop global IoT commercial opportunities

Rapidly-growing data aggregation specialists, Collision Management Systems (CMS) received a £1.25 million (€1.41 million) investment from BGF, following the launch of its telematics data aggregation, risk management and crash detection software for Telematics and Insurance businesses. (more…)

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In-car technology hits the fast lane

In early 2016, wireless operators in the US were activating more connected cars than phones; and in the UK, two out of three cars sold by 2022 will have some sort of connectivity – a market estimated at roughly £120 billion (€134.97 billion). (more…)

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Catapulting the British economy forward with transport

Paul Campion, CEO, Transport Systems Catapult, looks at UK government initiatives to foster innovation, along with how the full weight of public sector procurement could be combined with proactive regulation to enable the development of world-beating new transport services. (more…)

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SensLynx announces new GPS tracking business model for independent resellers

Though still a young company, SensLynx has quickly established itself as one of the foremost brands in the fleet and asset management industry. Some of the credit goes to its co-founders, both of whom have long-standing track records as executives with other wireless entities and top tier fleet tracking companies.

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Tracking to overcome a load of economics

When it comes to fleet telematics, it is often not just the fleet that needs to be tracked, but also the loads. As Tomer Lavie, SVP EMEA Sales, Telit, writes, load tracking has been taken to new extremes, based on economics, in Germany’s forests. (more…)

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How IoT Market In The Transportation Sector Market is growing with new tech developments 2023

Global IoT Market In The Transportation Sector Market 2016 Industry, Analysis, Research, Sales, Trends, Supply, Share, Growth, Forecast to 2023.” industry has led to the incorporation of various tools & services that facilitate better transport management through traffic congestion control system; (more…)

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