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Telematics is a paradigm shift for insurers and consumers alike

Vinod Sood, Managing Director Hughes Systique Corporation (HSC)

Telematics Wire got into conversation with Vinod Sood, Managing Director, Hughes Systique Corporation (HSC). In the interview, Mr. Sood talks about different aspects of automotive telematics. TW: Can you share your views on Hughes offerings and services in automotive telematics space? Vinod Sood: HUGHES Systique Corporation (HSC), part of the …

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Scott Frank: Proliferation of over-the-air (OTA) technology and solutions will further expand the automotive supplier ecosystem

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Telematics Wire got into conversation with Scott Frank, VP of Airbiquity. In the interview, Scott talks about over-the-air updates in automotive domain and related topics. TW: How is over-the-air (OTA) impacting the automotive ecosystem? Scott: Similar to connected vehicle infotainment deployments which have now become widespread, the introduction and eventual …

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Connected car technology is a necessary and complementary development for all self-driving cars in the future: Russell Ure

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Klashwerks, an engineering design and technology company focused on the emerging connected car market launched its’s flagship product, Raven. Telematics Wire got into coversation with Russell Ure, CEO and Cofounder of the company. Russell talks about the new product Raven and some aspects of connected cars in the conversation. TW: …

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The secret life of connected car Industry in India

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Mr. Sundar Pichai and Mr. Travis– two very renowned names in the industry- recently summarized the future of the connected cars and driverless cars in India very subtly.History speaks for itself and in this case, Mr. Pichai and Mr. Travis based their comments on the fact that India has always …

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We wish there were more companies in the connected cars space in India: Urmil Shah, Carnot Technologies

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Telematics Wire got into a conversation with Urmil Shah, Co founder of Carnot Technologies. In the interview Urmil talks about connected car market in India and about the impact of policies of the Government of India. TW: India has seen a rise in the number of startups in the field …

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Smart trails and connected cars

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In his famous book, “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman”, Richard Feynman has documented experiments and outcomes with ants and their trails. It is perhaps counter-intuitive to analyze these outcomes in a journal for Connected Cars. However it may excite the reader if certain parallels can be drawn between the navigation …

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Telematics, the way forward in insurance

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The advent of technology has enabled the possibility of hyper-localization and hyper-targetingof specific audiences in terms of messaging, segmentation, and serviceability. Telematics is an enabler which provides the same opportunity in Motor Insurance ecosystem. It’s a potent tool that helps insurance companies track, assess and modulate offerings and hyper-target underwriting. …

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Telematics is only the first step

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The dot on the screen that shows where a vehicle is, and the alarm in the cab that warns a driver to slow down,is not fleet management. Intelligence that enables real-time business decision-making is. Legislation in India makes it compulsory for public transport vehicles to have vehicle telematics devices installed. …

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From cars to connected and intelligent cars

Kalyan Varma
Vice President
Global Business Field – Electrical
Products – IMEA

While travelling on the Indian roads, one often comes across the persistent problems of incessant traffic jams, long queues at the toll booths, mixing of traffic on roads by different vehicles, i.e. same roads used by high speed cars, trucks, 2 wheelers, cyclists and even animals. Safety & security needs …

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When Cars go beyond driving

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Amidst concerns of safety and security, there is no question that technology can bring many benefits to transportation. Automated processes and intelligent controls can reduce delays and human error, preserve resources, improve connectivity, and enhance customer experience.  As populations continue to grow and put pressure on the transportation sector to …

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