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eCall falls short on safety, but paves the road for autonomous cars

Andrew Lee, head of Market Intelligence and Analysis at Octo Telematics looks at the recent European legislation that mandates emergency call systems to be fitted in all new cars, and the implications of that connectivity for the car industry. (more…)

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Do you recall a time when we used to recall vehicles?

Ruban Phukan,VP Product, Cognitive-First, Progress, explains why fixing what’s broken is not the best approach to fixing known faults in vehicles. Predictive maintenance is a far smarter option. It combines IoT, artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics to reduce costs, increase convenience and improve safety. (more…)

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Connected car services vendor Bright Box expands US presence with Zurich Insurance North America

The opening of the new office signifies the importance of dealerships’ growing interest in the new innovations that Bright Box is delivering as part of Zurich Insurance Group. The Schaumburg Bright Box team plan to provide unique, integrated connectivity platforms for dealerships and to offer full support for its US customers and partners. (more…)

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The move from connected to autonomous vehicles will change our lives

As municipalities across the globe roll out smart city initiatives, transport remains a top priority, involving both public and private transport services, writes Raj Paul, vice president, IoT and Connected Services, DMI. How will the move to autonomous vehicles change our lives? (more…)

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How AI will affect the way we drive

Artificial intelligence (AI) is still in its initial stages but it’s already having a huge effect on our daily lives and will greatly influence the driving experience, writes Andrew Till, vice president of Technology, Partnerships & New Solutions, Connected Services Division, HARMAN International. (more…)

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The cyber security vehicle in front is a Honeywell Turbo with ‘intelligent defences’

Now that connected cars are software-driven, should we expect them to suddenly freeze on the motorway or poodle along at 30mph in the overtaking lane? Don’t you hate it when that happens? At the moment, these incidents are caused by software – i.e. the human mentality to sit in the same lane. (more…)

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How the Internet of Things is benefiting logistics and supply chain

The Internet of Things is becoming increasingly popular in the consumer sector with connected kettles, baby monitors and doorbells flooding the market. These products are interesting examples of the consumer applications of IoT,but how can the logistics and supply chain sector use IoT to improve operations asks Azhar Hussain MBE, CEO at Hanhaa? (more…)

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Conquering the headache of deploying global fleet management

Telematics will continue to drive change in the fleet management industry, with the growth of IoT in fleet management industry expected to boom. Still, careful consider is needed for global deployments to gain the huge potential benefits, writes Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of Market Development, Europe, at Aeris. (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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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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