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Telematics is a general term that refers to any device which merges telecommunications and infomatics. Telematics includes anything from GPS systems to navigation systems. It is responsible for many features in vehicles from OnStar to hands free mobile calling.

Telematics enables wireless data communication and opens up a huge range of possibilities. It can enable you to have wireless television and internet on your vehicle. Telematics is essentially a range of different features, options and devices that are brought together by a single principle – data and communication.

Through telematics you enjoy many benefits in your vehicle on a daily basis such as roadside assistance and remote unlocking of your vehicle. Lets say you forgot the car keys in the vehicle, well with telematics and a quick phone call you could get your car unlocked.

Telematics is also used heavily in fleet tracking and management. More and more fleet owners are finding huge savings by adopting telematics technology.

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Telematics.com Featured Articles (view all)

Airplane Black Boxes and Car Black Boxes: What are their similarities and differences?
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Robert Prime

Airplane black boxes Recent aviation disasters such as the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and the Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 crash highlight the importance of black boxes on airplanes. These black boxes provide important information that, during most times, no other devices or person could provide. These black boxes tell the story of just what occurred during the flight and what happened just before the plane crashed. These black boxes, or formally known as flight data recorders, record the… read more →

Lorry And Truck Tracking, 10 Top Benefits
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Telematics.com

Today’s fleet managers are very lucky to have truck tracking systems and software to make their jobs a whole lot easier. You get all the information you need and more. Plus, all that data can help you make timely decisions that are based on accurate and up-to-the-minute information. Any company that has a fleet of vehicles, big or small, can benefit from lorry tracking systems. Why should a business use lorry tracking systems and software? The answer is, overall, you… read more →

Will In-Car Infotainment Affect the Growth of the Automotive Industry?
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Sherly Mendoza

  As the year 2014 started, the world’s biggest carmaker, Toyota Motor Corp., predicted that U.S. car sales would level off.  Toyota expects to sell 2.3 million cars this year, despite seeing a 7.4% growth in 2013 sales and after four years of continuous increases.  Overall, carmakers sold 7.6% more cars in 2013, delivering more than 15 million cars in 2013, a six-year record.  That increase is helped by a recovering economy, low interest rates for auto loans and declining… read more →

Get to Know More About Fleet Management Software as a Service (SaaS)
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Sherly Mendoza

For many years, fleet management solutions providers give you the hardware that you need to install in your fleet’s vehicles and the software to allow you to collect data and interpret these data to help you make better fleet management decisions.  This software is important because it helps you make sense of the data, easily and conveniently.  In fact, without the software, you would probably miss the most important data you need and would have a hard time understanding the… read more →

5 Things To Consider When Looking Into Fleet Telematics
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Robert Prime

Before looking at the top 5 things to consider when looking into fleet telematics, let’s first of all define what fleet telematics is. Fleet telematics also popularly known as fleet telematics systems (FTS’s) are vehicle systems which allow information exchanges between commercial vehicle fleets and their central authorities i.e. dispatching offices. A typical FTS consists of a stationary (FCS) fleet communication system and a mobile vehicle system (VS). It is important to note that fleet telematic systems feature digital maps… read more →

Why Vehicle Tracking Is Important For Your Business
Posted in Telematics.com Features by Robert Prime

What is vehicle tracking and how can it help my business? This is probably the question in the minds of many business owners or managers that have heard something about vehicle tracking. The implication of vehicle tracking in businesses today is really impressive. Vehicle tracking allows you to see where your vehicles are at all times. It also allows you to know the routes taken by the drivers. An employee using a business vehicle that has a GPS tracking device… read more →

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CanTrack No. 1 GPS Vehicle Tracker in the..
Posted in Expert Opinion by Cantrack Global Ltd

Different but the Same – CanTrack from Custodia You might know them as Custodia Systems or you might know their vehicle tracking products canDO GPS but from now on you’ll know them as CanTrack. Custodia is rebranding as a company to CanTrack and its product canDO GPS will be known as CanTrack Fleet Management. But that’s the only thing that will change. For fleet managers the CanTrack Fleet Management Device..

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Meet Our Experts (view all)

Frank Pellitta

Frank has been an expert in the telematics industry for over 15 years. While employed by telematics industry giants – QNX, Cross Country, and Airbiquity, he helped automakers build systems using all aspects of the technology.

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Daniel Zloczower

Multilingual executive with a proven track record of success in International Sales, Marketing and Business Development in the Latin American, US, European and African markets in diverse industries.

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Elaina Farnsworth

Elaina Farnsworth is a public speaker, entrepreneur, writer and thought leader. In her dynamic role as CEO of Mobile Comply, She coaches executives and their teams on mobile related topics in Connected Vehicle and Enterprise Mobility.

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