On-Board Diagnostic devices (OBDs), also known as vehicle GPS trackers can, for companies still using them, are invaluable sources of driver data. We combined mobile telematics with Bluetooth OBD
What is Telematics
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Our Telematics blog has been created with the intention to share our knowledge on implementing telematics in business and answer the question “What is telematics?”. Working in telematics more than 5 years and creating mobile telematics SDK, Telematics App, as well as a collaboration with global universities, let us gain various knowledge in telematics and smart transportation field. Now, we make it available to everyone.
Raw data has little value nowadays. For example, no matter how many sensors your telematics data sources have, the data is not valuable if it
On-Board Diagnostic devices, or OBDs, are losing ground amongst modern drivers, transportation companies, insurance firms, and all other consumers of vehicle and user telematics data.
Smartphones are enormously powerful at collecting real-time data, especially in a moving car, as a range of sensors picks up a constant stream of information.
Raxel Telematics CEO Ivan Shornikov shares how the telematics data combined with HERE location services for trucking – benefiting both the drivers and the client.
The telematics is disrupting industries by providing meaningful data that helps make key decisions to minimize loss from Bad behaviour drivers
First, what is a telematics SDK? An SDK is software development kit and it allows companies to tailor telematics solutions for specific mobile apps.
What if you could get the data you need to maintain loyal customers while consistently attracting a stream of new policy holders? With IoT you can do that
You’ve reaped the benefits associated with the Internet of Things (IoT), whether it is in home automation or access to information, but the changes have only started.
We do business in the age of information. Google knows what we want to know. Facebook knows what we like. And Amazon knows what we buy.