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It’s the Smartphone, Stupid!

BradCordova (002)

Brad Cordova is co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of TrueMotion Last winter, the National Safety Council issued its report on traffic fatalities, and the data was shocking. 2014 saw the largest year-over-year percentage increase in 50 years. And then it happened again. In its most recent report, the National Safety …

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2017– year for smart logistics connectivity?


This decade has already seen much written about the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution – soon, everything in homes, shops and factories will be connected. Businesses are revamping the way they operate to open new connected revenue streams, factories are becoming smart, and people are changing the way they work, …

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Connected Vehicle Growth in India – Opportunities & Challenges

Mr Gupta has than 22 years of experience in Connected Car and Connected Devices, Embedded software, Automotive Infotainment, Telematics, GIS, Energy, and Telecom domain. The experience includes a wider range of execution of successful projects, right for concept development, market study, requirements management, design, development, and end to end rollout. This experience also include Practice development and expansion across new technology trends. 

Handling an ADM portfolio that is supporting business critical systems and applications gives an important dimension to professional career. I had an opportunity to handle a large ADM portfolio covering applications across as Business Support Systems, Operation Support Systems, Service activation, assurance, Network assurance and analytics and dimensions of eToM model.

Author: ANIL GUPTA, Technology Consultant for BigData, Machine Learning, Data Analytics and Internet of Thing Thinker, Writer Automobile sector has been observing rapid growth over past decade & half. Today we see close to 200 million on vehicles on the road. Last year( FY 15-16), the vehicle sales was 20.47m, out …

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Regional demonstrations can prompt self-driving trucks to work with other robotic vehicles


BY MATT PEAK  Earlier last month, a self-driving truck made a 35-mile trek on U.S. Route 33 in Ohio. Two weeks before that, the same truck drove roughly 120 miles on Interstate 25 in Colorado with a trailer full of Budweiser beer in tow. These journeys come on the heels of other …

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Moving the insurer from a reactive partner to a proactive partner- Nino Tarantino


In an exclusive interview with Telematics Wire, Nino Tarantino shares his thoughts on wide ranging topics related to telematics insurance and the benefits which the end-users are realizing through improved driving habit in addition to premium benefits. Nino Tarantino is the North American CEO of Octo Telematics. Under his leadership …

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Collaboration is a key strategy for automotive telematics ecosystem

Patrick Qian, Quectel

Author: Patrick Qian, CEO, Quectel Wireless Solutions Vehicles have evolved from mere transportation mediums to advanced mobile connectivity platforms. The evolution of automotive telematics have undergone from mere hands-free calling to screen based and portable navigation, satellite radio etc. Now we have been experiencing vehicle connectivity which is more comprehensive. …

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ECU Convergence: How it will change the shape of the automotive telematics and infotainment ecosystem


Author: Andrew Hart, SBD Traditionally, the automotive industry has introduced an Electronic Control Unit (ECU) for each major new function. This means that separate functions such as the head-up display, infotainment system, instrument cluster or driver assistance require a distinct processor each. As a consequence, most modern cars will contain …

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Automotive Telematics in India: Evolving an Organic Ecosystem


Author: Vadiraj Katti, Founder & Managing Director, iTriangle Infotech Pvt Ltd From the dawn of human civilisation, mankind’s predominant pursuit has been for connectivity. While the dream for physical connectivity dominated for thousands of years, the electromagnetism (EM) based connect is a much more recent pursuit. Today we have extensively …

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Automotive Telematics Ecosystem: An open system approach

Ranjit Abhyankar

Author: Ranjit Abhyankar, Delphi, India Technical Center In the next few years, with advancement of connected systems (embedded units, mobile based and V2X), it will become increasingly important to develop open systems to harness the full potential of connectivity.Open system architecture will define the interface layer specifications enabling multiple ecosystem …

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