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Topic in Depth - Telematics

Often used in mobile telephony, vehicle tracking, online navigation and emergency assistance, the design of wireless systems for the collection and dissemination of data is known as telematics. This Topic in Depth offers definitions, research information, and the uses of the technology in industry
The Meaning of Telematics
A little history of developments in telematics is described in this website from Global Telematics. There is information about the evolution of the term,...
Car Manufacturers Rev Up...
An overview of just how pervasive telematics is in the automotive industry is provided in this article from Tekrati. The article was sparked by the 2002 Frost...
Sweden Does Telematics
In Europe, telematics is used more widely for sharing information on road conditions, as is described in this article about telematics research in Sweden. A...
Telematics Update
Telematics Update summarizes recent news coverage related to telematics and posts summaries of research reports that are available to purchase. Through this...



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