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13th November 2018

Sprint Joins the Connected-Car Add-On Game

With Drive, Sprint joins Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T in offering products that make older cars more connected.

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Telcos Claim First 5G Transmission to Moving Car
22nd August 2018

Telcos Claim First 5G Transmission to Moving Car

Two major telecoms players are claiming to have made the first successful transmission of a 5G signal to a receiver located inside a moving car. Verizon, in collaboration with Nokia,...

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In-Car Camera System Mimics eCall
14th August 2018

In-Car Camera System Mimics eCall

A connected law enforcement technology provider is partnering with two telecoms giants to roll out a privately run version of Europe’s eCall. Under the deal with AT&T and Verizon, Axon’s...

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ERM’s StarLink Tracker Looks to Bolster Telematics With WiFi
7th August 2018

ERM’s StarLink Tracker Looks to Bolster Telematics With WiFi

StarLink Tracker, which ERM Advanced Telematics developed, can act as a WiFi hotspot for up to eight devices and is pitched at fleet management specialists.

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16th April 2018

Network Slicing, Net Neutrality & the Future of Connected Cars

The introduction of network slicing and the loosening of net neutrality rules is helping to pave the way for connected and autonomous vehicles. However, it's also creating a two-tier...

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14th March 2018

Verizon’s Fleet Management Push Signals Telematics Importance

Verizon has consolidated its fleet management acquisitions into one group dubbed Verizon Connect, which will look to bring new telematic technologies to the enterprise, small business and consumer markets.

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5th May 2017

Back to the future for connected cars?

It almost feels like car technology is going obsolete at an ever-quickening pace. It’s no wonder –  the many advances in assisted and automated driving, not to mention connected...

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27th March 2017

Weekly Brief: Uber halts self-driving car fleet after Arizona crash

Driverless car crash shows embattled Uber is in no place to take a risk. Andrew Tolve reports Uber’sepically bad 2017 continued last week when one of its self-driving cars...

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17th March 2017

Connecting cars to new revenue streams

In-car connectivity has been causing carmakers a goodly amount of head-scratching. Since the first telematics services were launched, car manufacturers have been trying to figure out how to use...

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14th November 2016

Weekly Brief: Google signals the end of carmakers’ control over the dashboard

Google launched version 2.0 of Android Auto and, in doing so, put the automotive aftermarket on high alert. The updated app now makes Android Auto available directly on smartphones. That...

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23rd September 2016

Number crunching on a huge scale could spread UBI

If usage-based insurance (UBI) hasn’t yet become the Next Big Thing, as many of its proponents have been predicting for years, it’s not because it is a bad idea....

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23rd August 2016

Weekly Brief: Ford vows to produce mainstream robot car by 2021

A century ago Ford revolutionised the automotive industry with the advent of the assembly line and its first mainstream product, the Model T. Fast forward a hundred years and...

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