"Telematics is the blending of computers and wireless telecommunications technologies, ostensibly with the goal of efficiently conveying information over vast networks to improve a host of business functions or government-related public services. The most notable example of telematics may be the Internet itself, since it depends on a number of computer networks connected globally through telecommunication backbones. The term has evolved to refer to automobile systems that combine global positioning satellite (GPS) tracking and other wireless communications for automatic roadside assistance and remote diagnostics. General Motors Corp. first popularized automotive telematics with its OnStar system." - TechTarget.com |
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Telematics White Paper
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UK Telematics Online
Provides users of Vehicle Telematics with an independent source of free information, tips & advice including vehicle tracking, trailer tracking, satellite navigation and mobile data.
White Paper Analysis on the Place of Portable Telematics in the European Commercial Vehicle (CV) Market
Provides an in-depth focus on the telematics systems in commercial vehicle and breakthrough strategies of this market.
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