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Avis aims doubling the number of connected vehicles in its fleet by early 2018

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Avis Car Rental has decided to transform of its fleet in support of its commitment to provide mobility solutions to customers. This initiative will result in 50,000 more vehicles becoming fully connected cars by early 2018, more than doubling the number of connected vehicles in the Avis fleet. The increased …

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Nissan and Telogis co-launch connected vehicle service for European fleet customers

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Published: 6 October 2016 Nissan Europe and Telogis have partnered to develop connected vehicle technologies for fleets in Europe. This latest technology is called Nissan Connect Fleet which will offer real-world intelligence and connectivity to the fleets in Europe. This will ensure better efficiency and safety for the drivers and …

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Lytx launches Unisyn- a video based telematics model for trucking fleets

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Published: 5 October 2016 Lytx has come up with a high quality video telematics model for trucking fleets called Unisyn. Lytx has been in the video telematics market for quite some time now and has launched Drive Cam- a sort of driver monitoring system, which helped many commercial fleet owners …

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Mercedes & Microsoft working together to launch connected office in cars

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Published: September 05, 2016 At a recent event IFA 2016 in Berlin,  Mercedes-Benz has announced a new project called In Car Office to incorporate smart productivity features into your ride. For this initiative, Mercedes-Benz and Microsoft are partnering up to enable drivers to be more productive while on the road and away from …

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HARMAN and AT&T tie up for next-generation car connectivity

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Published: August 10, 2016 | Stamford, US HARMAN International has joined hands with AT&T to support the growing connected car ecosystem. The two companies have come together to expand their products and services in the domain of automotive telematics. AT&T selected HARMAN’s Telematics Control Unit (TCU) for its Mobile Broadband Accelerator program. …

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Global fleet management market to grow at a CAGR of 16.68% till 2020

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Published: June 24, 2016  According to the latest research report published by Novonous, global fleet management market will achieve annual CAGR of 16.68% till 2020. In terms of market Asia Pacific market is one that has huge potential in terms of growth as the technological advancement have taken pace and …

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Elektrobit launches EB cadian, cloud-based service for connected cars

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Published: June 14, 2016 | Erlangen, Germany Elektrobit (EB) has recently unveiled EB cadian, a cloud-based service for focused and customizable remote analysis of vehicle performance. EB cadian will provide carmakers with a new tool to deliver insights they can leverage to optimize the value chain, save time and money in vehicle development …

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Qualcomm builds platform to connect smart cars to everything

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Published: June 9, 2016 | San Diego, US Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has introduced Qualcomm Connected Car Reference Platform, which aims at accelerating the adoption of advanced and complex connectivity into the next-generation of connected cars. The company developed a product designed to maintain pace with an ever-increasing set of automotive …

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Alibaba & SAIC to form a joint venture for connected cars

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Published: June 2, 2016 SAIC Motors and Alibaba Group will jointly set up a 1-billion-yuan ($161.11 million) Internet car fund as they aspire to roll out China’s first car on the Internet in 2016. It marks a substantial step after the two companies signed a cooperation agreement on developing Internet …

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According to TNS and BearingPoint BMW, Audi and Mercedes have most user-friendly connected technology

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Published: May 24, 2016 In today’s current automotive market, technology and connectivity are the two most important aspects of a car to most customers. The more and more in-car technology advances, the less and less customers actually care about driving. People want fun new technology and fancy connectivity, so that’s …

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