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Function as a service and Telematics

Function as a service and Telematics

Function as a service (FaaS) also referred to as serverless computing, is basically a cloud application model providing a set of functions that are executed in response to a user’s req... Read more

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Infrastructure as a Service and Telematics

Infrastructure as a Service and Telematics

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is basically a service type, in which service providers delivering the computer infrastructure itself as a service. IaaS provides basic storage as well as... Read more

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SMS gateway in Telematics

SMS gateway in Telematics

An SMS gateway basically allows one to send/receive Short Message Service (SMS) transmissions to/from a telecommunications network. Many SMS gateways support media conversion from email and... Read more

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Deep Learning in Telematics

Deep Learning in Telematics

Deep learning is a perspective and rapidly developing part of machine learning methods. Deep learning aimed at progressive extraction of higher-level features from the raw input da... Read more

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Insurance telematics

Insurance telematics

Insurance telematics and other commonly applied terms such as usage-based insurance (UBI), pay-as-you-drive telematics(PAYD),  pay-per-mile (PPM), and pay-how-you-dr... Read more

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Smartphone sensors and mobile telematics

Smartphone sensors and mobile telematics

Mobile-based telematics currently is one of the most rapidly developing fields. Utilizing smartphones for telematics entails various clear advantages, including the elimination of hardware c... Read more

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ADAS technology in Fleet Management

ADAS technology in Fleet Management

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) is basically a kit of  functions utilized to improve safety by reducing a probabilities of the vehicle accidents. ADAS can be used not only for... Read more

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LoRaWAN in Fleet Telematics

LoRaWAN in Fleet Telematics

The LoRaWAN is a Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) networking protocol established to wirelessly connect battery operated ‘things’ to the internet in global, national, and regional networks. LoRaW... Read more

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