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Industry insight: Telematics and data

This special report brings together TU’s comprehensive coverage of the increasingly vital role of data in the telematics industry

On the road and up in the Cloud, part I
Off-site data storage becomes cheaper, more scalable, enabling cars to be ever smarter. In the first of a two-part series, Steve Friess reports.

Will digitization save American AM radio?
In six years, American AM radio will turn 100. But at the rate it’s losing ground to online, digital infotainment, there may be little to celebrate when the time comes. Could AM’s salvation be digital? Brendan McNally reports. 

Magic bus: The fight for the OBD2 port

A proliferation of new aftermarket devices offers consumers connected-car services via a simple plug-in device. With a single OBD2 port in every car, will vendors end up fighting over access? Susan Kuchinskas reports.

4G LTE and the future of the connected car, part I

The coming of 4G LTE marks a radical leap forward for in-car connectivity, one that is expected to bring benefits to both manufacturers and consumers. Still, not everyone is filled with unqualified enthusiasm. Siegfried Mortkowitz reports in the first of a two-part series.

4G LTE and the future of the connected car, part II
The coming of 4G LTE marks a radical leap forward for in-car connectivity, one that is expected to bring benefits to both manufacturers and consumers. Still, not everyone is filled with unqualified enthusiasm. Siegfried Mortkowitz reports in the second of a two-part series.

Telematics and the value of Big Data, part I

In the first of a two-part series, Andrew Tolve explores the Big Data opportunity – and why so few automakers have capitalized on it. 

Telematics and the value of Big Data, part II
In the second of a two-part series, Andrew Tolve explores the Big Data opportunity – and why so few automakers have capitalized on it. 

The new dealers: Selling telematics to car dealers

With evidence mounting that telematics could help auto dealers sell cars and retain customers, what kind of value proposition will inspire them to get on board? Susan Kuchinskas reports. 

Telematics as a CRM tool

Jan Stojaspal explores how telematics-enabled customer relationship management can help create a more loyal customer base and a bigger slice of the vehicle repair and maintenance business

Telematics, data privacy and UBI

Susan Kuchinskas looks at how insurance telematics providers can anonymize usage-based insurance data to reassure consumers—and bolster the market

Insurance telematics and the value of data

Susan Kuchinskas looks at how fleets, auto manufacturers and telcos can make sense of the data flowing from connected cars

Insurance telematics and data standards

Susan Kuchinskas checks in with the Association for Cooperative Operations Research and Development (ACORD) to find out how standards for driving information and its transmission could create an aftermarket for usage-based insurance data

Telematics and the value of data

Susan Kuchinskas explores what it will take to turn the wealth of telematics information into profitable data

Telematics and customer relationship management

Jessica Royer Ocken reports on how telematics is reinventing the customer experience

Telematics and the connected car: How to deal with increasing data use

Will skyrocketing data usage from connected cars put mobile networks under too much strain? Jan Stojaspal reports

Telematics and the search for a universal data plan

Is a unified bill for phone, Internet and telematics the best way to avoid subscription fatigue among consumers? Susan Kuchinskas reports

Telematics and UBI: The data challenges

Usage-based insurance needs to reach higher levels of market penetration for sustainable success. Jessica Royer Ocken explores how data collection and management strategies can help

How to monetize the telematics ecosystem

Stephanie Flores explores strategies for generating revenue from growing consumer adoption of telematics products and services

Telematics and probe data: The revenue opportunities

Stephanie Flores investigates whether probe data will offer new sources of revenue as well as solutions to traffic congestion

Telematics: How positive customer relationships improve ROI

Stephanie Flores explores how telematics data is increasingly being used as a marketing tool

Telematics and UBI: The regulatory opportunities

John Hendel explores how US federal and state regulations can help create new business opportunities for usage-based insurance

Telematics and new V2V/V2X business models

Susan Kuchinskas considers the new business models that may emerge when V2V and V2X communications go mainstream

Telematics and legal issues with V2V technology

Cars that communicate with each other are already on the road. Susan Kuchinskas looks at Nevada's new regulations for insight into how the V2V legal and regulatory infrastructure can be developed

Telematics and the car-as-service model

As car sharing gains popularity, telematics will be key to business success. Jessica Royer Ocken reports

Telematics: Using marketing partnerships to build brands

Susan Kuchinskas looks at how marketing partnerships can help companies connect with consumers

Executive viewpoints

Video: Bsquare, HTML5 and the predictive value of Big Data
Andrew Harding, solutions architect, Bsquare, on HTML5 and the predictive value of Big Data. 

Video: Telefónica on growing its connected car business
Peter Rampling, managing director, Telefónica Digital Germany, on the various new roles wireless operators can play in the connected car space.
 

Viewpoint: Telematics and fair insurance premiums for drivers

Richard Jelbert, product director, MyDrive Solutions, explores the different methods of data analysis available for insurers in order to extract the most accurate data and in turn offer premiums that best reflect driver risk

Q&A: Telematics and the evolution of the SIM card

Andrea Sroczynski, head of global automotive sales for Telenor Connexion, talks to TU’s Susan Kuchinskas about bring standards and flexibility to the ubiquitous SIM card

Viewpoint: Telematics and vehicle relationship management

Andy Tweddle, CEO of Tweddle Group, on why better vehicle relationship management (VRM) will lead to better CRM

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