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Category: Connected Fleet News

TomTom Integrates Its Real-Time Traffic Data Transportation Platform

TomTom Integrates Its Real-Time Traffic Data Transportation Platform

| September 5, 2018

TomTom (TOM2)  announced that its real-time and historical Traffic data, Speed Profiles, and map elements will be integrated into rideOS’ innovative routing platform for self-driving vehicles to improve predictive analytics. rideOS has developed a platform that synthesizes, manages, and distributes critical safety data and routes for any and every type of transport. It’s is deemed […]

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How Automotive Fleets Prevent Widespread Cyberattacks

How Automotive Fleets Prevent Widespread Cyberattacks

| September 5, 2018

By Yossi Vardi, CEO of SafeRide Technologies Connected vehicles are already common – and they are the first stage in a future that promises fully automated vehicles. They have become a platform around which advanced technology is coalescing, and much that includes communication technology, such as wifi, 5G Bluetooth, Lidar, etc. And, where there are […]

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Kinetica  to Map Future of Auto Industry with Extreme Data

Kinetica  to Map Future of Auto Industry with Extreme Data

| August 30, 2018

Kinetica, the insight engine for the Extreme Data Economy, is taking steps to bring advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and its GPU engine to the global automotive industry.  The company announced that it is becoming a silver member of The Linux Foundation and a bronze member of Automotive Grade Linux (AGL). With location analytics playing a […]

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GPS Insight Now Designated as FedRAMP Ready for Data Security

GPS Insight Now Designated as FedRAMP Ready for Data Security

| August 28, 2018

GPS Insight, a leading provider of tailored fleet management solutions for organizations with fleets of vehicles, trailers, and other mobile assets, has attained FedRAMP Ready status from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). FedRAMP is a program by which the U.S. federal government determines whether cloud software products and services have the necessary security […]

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TAPCO Launches Connected Vehicle Interface 

TAPCO Launches Connected Vehicle Interface 

| August 20, 2018

Traffic & Parking Control Company, Inc. (TAPCO) – a manufacturer, distributor and service provider of traffic and parking control products – introduced its new Connected Vehicle Interface. This  option will upgrade new and existing AC and solar-powered TAPCO Intelligent Warning Systems to integrate with connected vehicle ready infrastructure.  The Connected Vehicle Interface communicates with Smart […]

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Why Uber Parked Its Self-Driving Truck Project

Why Uber Parked Its Self-Driving Truck Project

| August 12, 2018

Uber is officially ending its self-driving truck program, following a lawsuit from Waymo, who accused Uber of using its proprietary designs. Uber has noted that it will keep working on self-driving vehicles, but it will now focus solely on cars. Uber has spent roughly $925 million in recent years on its effort to create a […]

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