Telematics

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Companies collaborate on telematics control units

Sierra Wireless has announced that Valeo has selected smart automotive modules from Sierra Wireless for a new gen of telematics control units to enable connected car services internationally. The first deployment of the Valeo and Sierra Wireless telematics solution will be in vehicles built by the global automaker Geely for the Russian market.
23rd February 2016

Uber is using smartphone tech to verify feedback

Uber is using smartphone tech to verify feedback
Feedback from both riders and drivers is important for Uber, hence why the company insist that drivers rate the passengers, and vice versa, after each ride. The reasons for low ratings are not always obvious: a driver might be unhappy about an unruly passenger; or, alternatively, a rider might be worried that the driver was going too fast.
29th January 2016

Ethernet AVB chipset enables infotainment & telematics

Ethernet AVB chipset enables infotainment & telematics
Designed to reliable multimedia transmissions for next-gen infotainment and telematics, Toshiba Electronics Europe has introduced an automotive-grade Ethernet bridge solution. The TC9560XBG supports standards such as IEEE 802.1AS and IEEE 802.1Qav, generally referred to as Ethernet-AVB.
7th January 2016


In-vehicle computer for telematics applications

ACROSSER Technology announces the launch of its fanless in-vehicle computer, AIV-QM97V1FL. This rugged compact x86 embedded computer is dedicated to use in the in-vehicle computing industry. Equipped with a 5th generation Intel Core i Broadwell U processors, the model provides sufficient computing power for simultaneous handling of a variety of vehicle applications.
22nd October 2015

Dedicated telematics processors enhance safety & fuel efficiency

Dedicated telematics processors enhance safety & fuel efficiency
STMicroelectronics has introduced a family of application-specific processors for automotive telematics and connectivity applications. Called Telemaco2, the family offers a set of scalable, small-footprint, automotive-grade, Linux-programmable MCUs that are dedicated to in-car systems that enhance safety, comfort, and fuel efficiency.
7th October 2015

RT data acquisition will enable smart mobility

RT data acquisition will enable smart mobility
Information is the basis of smart mobility. IT can support the car driver in safe, inexpensive, and sustainable driving or organise reliable exchange of information among electric mobility users, cars, charging poles, fleet operators, workshops, and service providers. KIT’s BMBF-funded ELISE project presents an electronic system that acquires data in real time and exchanges them across system borders in a standardised manner.
30th September 2015

Fanless embedded system features high storage capacity

Fanless embedded system features high storage capacity
Vecow launches its latest vehicle computing elite, IVH-7700 ICY series in-vehicle fanless embedded system. The fanless in-vehicle system is a trusted solution for real-time performance driven in-vehicle surveillance, traffic safety systems, intelligent transportation systems, mobile NVR, intelligent surveillance and fleet management applications.
8th September 2015

How to integrate multiple antennas into vehicles

How to integrate multiple antennas into vehicles
Antenova has built a model design for On Board Devices (OBDs) and vehicle telematics, which the company will be showing at CTIA Supermobility 2015. The OBD design uses three antennas inside an OBD housing to link to a satellite (GNSS), Bluetooth and a terrestrial network, whilst obtaining optimum performance from all three antennas simultaneously. The design also features a small GNSS RF module to fix location, which Antenova is showing for the first time.
8th September 2015

PCBs deliver enhanced functionality to telematics system

PCBs deliver enhanced functionality to telematics system
Newbury Electronics has recently completed its latest consignment of PCBs for Matrix Telematics, an international provider of telematics systems for vehicle management and tracking. The two companies have been working together for over five years and this success is based on; "relationship, performance and cost," according to Matrix Managing Director, Geoff Ball.
14th July 2015

Sierra Wireless device-to-cloud technology selected by Arval

Sierra Wireless has announced that Arval, a leader in full service vehicle leasing, fleet management and usage-based insurance owned by BNP Paribas, has selected it's device-to-cloud technology to build its new global telematics solution.
1st July 2015


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