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From IoT sensors to improve passenger safety to advanced GPS to ensure fuel and time efficiency, connected cars promise to upgrade the entire driving experience.
Likewise, businesses are set to benefit when connected cars become a reality, with 76% of respondents anticipating a tenfold increase in available revenue streams from connected cars, as compared to standard vehicles.
Aeris provides end-to-end connected vehicle technology and has more than a decade of experience deploying complex, global programs for the world’s largest auto OEMs. Today, our groundbreaking technology scales to more than 25 million new vehicles per year.
Fleet managers are in need of a reliable, easy to install GPS tracker in order to be aware of where the vehicles in their fleet are at all times. Without compromising on quality or functionality, Anytrek felt there was room in the market for their reliable, simple to install tracking systems. Anytrek pride themselves on delivering adaptable, scalable solutions to their customers, and all of their hardware and software applications are expertly designed and developed in house.
When Marshall Electric, a locally owned Industrial Automation and SCADA provider in Southern Illinois, needed to convert their existing SMS-only remote monitoring stations to newer technology, they knew they needed a partner whose products could handle anything, anywhere. Marshall Electric was looking to incorporate human machine interface (HMI), IoT devices, and smartphones all on a single system that was trustworthy enough for critical applications.
As world populations age, the human and economic toll of currently incurable neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s grows staggering. DZNE fights these diseases using Big Data analytics, but the limitations of traditional computer systems have been a major bottleneck. Seeking a breakthrough solution, DZNE discovered HPE’s Memory Driven Computing—and saw unprecedented computational speed improvements that hold new promise in the race against Alzheimer’s.
IoT Innovation from Neeco and Tata Communications Delivers Dynamic Logistics for International Dairy Company.
With exploding demand for IoT solutions in logistics and transportation, the Neeco and Tata Communications partnership delivers reliable and secure systemsanywhere in the world.
Long-haul fleet management providers require onboard computing and carrier fleet communications to deliver better business outcomes. On-board solutions require highly reliable, real-time, alwayson cellular network connectivity, which might require multiple carriers, to meet the needs of fleet customers throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Tata Communications MOVE™ and IZO™ Private Cloud Brings IoT Fleet and Asset Tracking Innovation to Southeast Asia.
Providing seamless access to over six-hundred Tier 1 mobile network
operators, the Tata Communications MOVE™ IoT Connect service offered affordable easy reach into southeast Asian target territories, along with assured mobile network availability. When twinned with IZO Private Cloud for big data storage, the Tata Communications solution was irresistible.
The car manufacturer required a partner to enable and deliver global connectivity, as well as help manage the underlying carrier networks and subscriptions that get the vehicle connected.
Having been in business for more than 25 years, TRACKER recently began an operational transformation to improve process efficiencies, reduce unnecessary expenditures, and ultimately set the stage for strategic growth plans.
LBS Application Enables Safeguarding of Remote Assets and Navigation of Evolving Regulatory Landscapes
The new global economy is more complex, intertwined, and regulated than ever before. In this new data-driven society, businesses are increasingly demanding highly customisable products and services that solve unique business challenges, offer long term value, and satisfy localised needs. As a result, service providers are adopting revenue models that help penetrate these emerging markets and uncover opportunities, leading to the “servitisation” of goods – a concept in which tangible products are offered on subscription basis rather than discreet one-off sales. By focusing on these offerings, service providers are able to position their value-chains inline with broader market requirements. With that said, implementing these types of services requires thoughtful planning, careful allocation of resources, and a holistic technology approach capable of extracting value across the organisation.
A recent study of the importance of real time location data for different types of enterprises (Location Intelligence Market Study, January 2019) shows that, among other findings in other sectors, 70% of telecommunications companies consider location intelligence to be critical to their success. Of all the enterprises in the study, representing a broad range of different business sectors and applications for which the data is used, an average of 66% ranked location intelligence as either critical or very important to their ongoing revenue growth strategies. Less than 5% considered it unimportant.