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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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Has Elon Musk got his fingers in too many pies? He’s in for some digital disruption

There are many puzzling phenomena in the Internet of Things. It’s amazing how many people admit to being hardware ‘agnostic’, says Nick Booth. If you’re not sure about the existence of computers, you’re in the wrong job, surely. (more…)

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Fleet management in the mix of a great and complex IoT ecosystem

As the connected vehicles market begins to mature an ecosystem that brings together vehicle markets, connectivity providers, applications and the end users – whether enterprise or consumer – needs to be brought together (more…)

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Technical layers will drive connected transport in our smart world

As IoT moves into our cities, Ricardo Gomez-Ulmke, vice president, Solace, writes that many connected transportation initiatives fail because they aren’t built around passengers. Here he looks at what successful, long-term solutions need to cover. (more…)

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How to close the AI security gap

As we hand data and control over to the machines for autonomous driving, even if Artificial Intelligence (AI) is still rudimentary, how can businesses maintain proper security controls, asks Andrew Foxcroft, regional director, Radware? (more…)

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Fraud is no match for technology in the autonomous era

As a society, we are becoming increasingly inter-connected at an extraordinary pace, with driverless cars just round the corner. Adam Gooch, commercial director, Insure Telematics Solutions, argues that the more connected we are, the more successful we are at fighting fraud. (more…)

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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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Moving the roadblocks to driverless cars

Self-driving vehicles may already be a reality, writes John Frazer, CCO, DAV, but the underlying systems that will make them work are still being improved and fine-tuned. What are the challenges and what can we realistically do about them? (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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Gathering business value from the connected vehicle

Drew Johnson, VP Engineering & Operations, Aeris talks to Jeremy Cowan, editorial director, Transport 360, about the importance of customer engagement in measuring the value of vehicle connections, which industries require it and how to deliver it in a secure, cost-effective ecosystem. (more…)

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