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Addressing the need for simple and affordable IoT connectivity

In the short time since its connectivity offering went to market, 1NCE reports it has gained global recognition for pushing boundaries in the IoT sector, by addressing the need for simple and affordable connectivity.
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Reducing logistics costs via a pull-based, vertically integrated supply chain

Neil Hamilton, VP, business development, Thingstream, says the combination of IoT and vertically integration order processes can achieve a leaner supply chain and ultimately say goodbye to the phrase, ‘out of stock’. Here’s how to get started. (more…)

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Software development in automotive design: compliance and other challenges

Software development is fundamental to the delivery of any Internet of Things (IoT) project, not least in the automotive industry, ranging from remote updates through to driverless vehicles, says Richard Bellairs, PRQA, part of the Perforce Software family. (more…)

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The FMCSA now lists more than 380 self-certified ELDs from diverse players

Recent years have seen the emergence of numerous new players offering various types of electronic logging solutions in line with North American regulatory developments around HOS monitoring aimed at replacing paper-based logs. (more…)

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How IoT can prevent accidents caused by drowsy drivers

Driver fatigue and drowsiness is extremely dangerous and an issue many transport and logistics organisations are keen to tackle. Russell Goodenough, client managing director of transport at Fujitsu, explains how technology could come to the rescue. (more…)

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Cybersecurity the next big challenge for the automotive industry

Jalal Bouhdada, founder and principal ICS security consultant, Applied Risk, discusses the rise of autonomous vehicles and the need for increased security awareness right across the industry. (more…)

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Is the race to keep up with technology in cars putting us in danger?

Cars are evolving so fast that we will probably hardly recognise the vehicle of 2038. Competition in the automotive industry is at full stretch, and as it merges with the software and communications sector, could the technology race prove dangerous asks Farzard Henareh, Vice President, recall specialists Stericycle Expert Solutions?

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Preparing the road to congestion-free cities

Cities across the world are moving towards smart technology and green initiatives with the ultimate aim of freeing their centres of gridlock with the help of ride-sharing and autonomous vehicles. Finlay Clark, head of Waze UK, asks how we can overcome the roadblocks of overpopulation and pollution. (more…)

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How connected cars can generate more value for all parties

The connected car is a different breed from its forbears. When we drive it away from the dealer, we are no longer leaving the car manufacturer behind, nor the astounding number of other companies that go into creating a connected car says Michael Deittrick, SVP digital strategy and chief digital officer, DMI. (more…)

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Mobility as a Service will change the face of travel

Clearly, the automotive landscape is changing. Everywhere you look, the future of the car is being discussed and predictions made, although one aspect has, until recently, taken a backseat in the discussions of modern travel – Mobility as a Service (MaaS), writes Ian Wardle, director of business development, Maiden Insurance Partnerships. (more…)

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