Thursday 23rd May 2019
Category

Telematics

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ERM Advanced Telematics enters the rapidly expanding electric vehicle market

International automotive technology supplier ERM Advanced Telematics, whose products are installed in more than 5 million vehicles worldwide, is expanding into the electric vehicle (EV) market.

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Tier 1 US operator chooses Openet data management to handle complex ecosystem, for global connected car services

Openet reports that its Data Fabric solution has been successfully deployed by an unnamed Tier 1 US operator. This is designed to collect and manage the data used in the settlement and reconciliation process for its global connected car services.

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Garmin unveils a new dash cam line-up as eyewitnesses for any drive

Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., has launched its new Dash Cam 46/56/66W and the Dash Cam Mini.

There are a variety of options available throughout the new series, including an ultra-compact design, high resolution video, an extra-wide field of view, GPS, and voice control.

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Why a reliable 5G infrastructure is vital for autonomous vehicles to hit top gear

Preparations for the future of connected transport in the UK and beyond are well underway, says Paul Carter, CEO of GWS. With the recent news that Telefonica-owned mobile network operator O2 will be activating its 5G network for connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) testing at the Millbrook Proving Ground this June, the UK has made another exciting step on its journey towards nationwide next-generation network coverage. But while CAV technology continues to be developed quickly, the road to the ubiquitous network coverage which they will require is not without speed bumps.

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