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NHVR supports voluntary telematics for heavy vehicles to enhance road safety


Published: February 11, 2016| Australia The NHVR (National Heavy Vehicle Regulator) supports the use of telematics within the Heavy Vehicle Industry. NHVR Executive Director for Productivity and Safety, Geoff Casey appreciates the Australian Logistics Council’s (ALC) commitment to improving the Heavy Vehicle industry. “The NHVR agrees with the ALC’s recent …

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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) launches first on-demand mobility service in Finland

MaaS Finland

Published: February 10,2016|Finland Mobility as a Service brings every kind of transport together into a single intuitive mobile app. It seamlessly combines transport options from different providers, handling everything from travel planning to payments. Whether you prefer to buy journeys on demand or subscribe to an affordable monthly package, MaaS …

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AppCarousel and Mobica join hands to enhance connected car app experience


Published: February 9, 2016 | Wilmslow  AppCarousel and Mobica have announced a strategic partnership leveraging each other’s expertise to offer end-to-end app and software solutions to markets worldwide including connected car, connected fleet, Internet of Things, and smart devices. AppCarousel’s platform delivers a range of solutions to organizations looking to deploy …

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Zubie launches preventive maintenance app for commercial fleet managers


Published:February 5,2016| Charleston, SC Zubie has enhanced its robust suite of  business fleet tracking, analytics and management capabilities with new Zubie Maintenance. This automated ongoing maintenance solution for business fleets tracks essential service needs — oil changes, tire rotation, brakes servicing, etc. and sends reminders when they are due. These …

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Wipro’s telematics IoT platform to connect JCB’s fleet of construction equipments


Published: February 04, 2016 | Bangalore Wipro announced that it has achieved a significant milestone in its ongoing Internet of Things (IoT) deployment for JCB India Ltd, a leading construction equipment manufacturer. JCB’s Livelink telematics system has successfully connected over 10,000 construction equipment and machines, such as Backhoe Loaders, Excavators …

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Omnitracs launches telematics delivery intelligent vehicle getaway


Published: February 02,2016| Dallas Omnitracs introduced Intelligent Vehicle Gateway (IVG) designed to spearhead the next generation in commercial vehicle telematics. A highly powerful, integrated application delivery system, IVG offers advanced features such as a larger display, superior wireless connectivity, and hands-free voice commands designed to improve safety, efficiency and productivity. …

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Mercedes Benz tippers carry surround cameras for pedestrian safety


Published: February 02, 2016 | Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Econic tippers with crane and clamshell bucket, FM Conway in London is putting focus on high safety standards, as the equipment includes pioneering safety features such as all-round cameras which, in combination with the proven benefits of the low-entry concept, offer cyclists and …

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Jaguar Land Rover research is aimed at making self-driving cars that are not “robots”


Published: February 02, 2016 | Coventry Jaguar Land Rover is investing $7.9 million (£5.5 million) over three years in autonomous driving technology, with a hint of irony. The company plans on having humans pilot the self-driving cars to shape its autonomous driving capabilities for natural driving on a daily commute. …

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Driverless “shuttles” will ply on Heathrow airport as part of TRL-led GATEway project


Published: February 01, 2016 | London The first driverless cars to be tested on the streets of London will resemble the electric passenger shuttles currently in use at Heathrow Airport. Three British companies are working in collaboration to develop these iconic automated pods for public trials this summer. Using entirely …

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Scania has now 170,000 connected trucks and buses globally


Published: January 28, 2016 | Stockholm Five years ago, Scania introduced connectivity as standard in the European markets. Today connected customers in more than 50 countries gain access to services in order to follow up and evaluate the performance of their vehicles. In 2015, almost 70,000 connected trucks and buses …

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