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Dec 5, 2014

TomTom makes a major acquisition on the fleet front, as eCall hits yet another delay on its road toward implementation. Andrew Tolve reports.

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Industry Insight

4G Connectivity Is Live, Now What?

Nov 3, 2014

The promise of 4G has arrived in a growing number of vehicles, although in the near-term it promises to raise as many questions for OEMs and their...

The Road to the Connected Fleet of the Future:...

Oct 12, 2014

Trucking fleets may be the most connected transportation system. Sprint M2M Solutions says some 20% of all fleet vehicles are using telematics. What...

The Road to the Connected Fleet of the Future

Oct 6, 2014

Today, trucking fleets are perhaps the most connected transportation system, thanks to a long history of telematics applications used for mobile...

Executive viewpoint

M2M & Telematics: Two Worlds Collide

Dec 11, 2014

Mark Rose, head of automotive & consumer electronics at Vodafone, discusses M2M services in the connected car and beyond.

Making Fleet Technology Changes

Oct 17, 2014

Telematics Update speaks with Kevin Moore from Telogis about how OEMs' connected car strategies have created a paradigm shift in fleet data...

The Automotive World is Changing

Sep 8, 2014

Telematics Update spoke to John Horn, the national director of Raco Wireless.

Podcasts

Weekly Brief

Weekly Brief: With Sync 3, Ford sends Microsoft...

Dec 12, 2014

Ford rolls out a completely reimagined infotainment system, as two new business accelerators crop up in the automotive space. Andrew Tolve reports.

Weekly Brief: eCall delayed again as MEPs reach...

Dec 5, 2014

TomTom makes a major acquisition on the fleet front, as eCall hits yet another delay on its road toward implementation. Andrew Tolve reports.

Weekly Brief: IoT heats up with new Telit-Google...

Dec 1, 2014

Apple picks apart AAA’s distraction warning on CarPlay, as big players set their sights on IoT development. Andrew Tolve reports.