Telematics, a word made up of ‘telecommunication’ and ‘informatics’, has a number of applications in the transport sector, such as vehicle tracking and diagnostics. Telematics solutions comprise a hardware component, such as an on-board unit and software, which presents operators with a dashboard of useful information such as trips, driver feedback and real-time vehicle information.
This section contains a directory of suppliers who deliver telematics solutions for bus operators and fleet owners, along with the latest news on the topic.
Snapper Services provides a simple-to-use transit intelligence suite, allowing bus operators to collect and analyse data in real-time.
PSI Transcom GmbH develops process control solutions for transport companies to ensure reliable, safe and efficient operations.
Cisco’s expanded portfolio offers practical, forward-thinking solutions for every mode of transportation.
Founded in 1992, NEXCOM is committed to being your trustworthy partner in building intelligent solutions for bus applications.
Icomera provides 5G-enabled mobile routers, passenger Wi-Fi, infotainment, digital video surveillance and broadband radio networks for buses.
GreenRoad Technologies and Stratio have joined forces to bring transport fleets a best-in-breed AI-based solution.
Snapper Services is joining forces with Transit, combining bus network performance reporting with real passenger insights.
Snapper Services makes improving public transit performance easy by providing comprehensive network and individual journey views.
The recently launched YEA from Yutong is the first electrification technology platform integrating software and hardware in the CV industry.
Snapper Services is boosting its data analytics offering through a new partnership with data-driven software business Analytics Engines.
In a recent Swiftly webinar, three transit agency representatives shared best practices for reliable transport service delivery.
Snapper Services is boosting the reliability of bus information in the UK with the launch of its bus driver mobile application, Mosaiq Go.
NEXCOM supports its business partners to further promote edge AI computing for ADAS, AMR, and autonomous driving.
Mosaiq Go from Snapper Services allows drivers, without traditional onboard hardware, to see trip and fleet data from their mobile.
Mosaiq Insights from Snapper Services enables your team to analyse, understand and share accurate transit insights quickly and easily.
With NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier™ NX SOM, ATC 3530 can deliver up to 21 TOPS for running modern AI workloads with consuming 15W low power.
VTC 1030 is a compact and rugged entry-level vehicle computer with Intel Atom® x6211E dual-core processor 1.3GHz/3GHz (burst).
NEXCOM's VTC 1031 fanless in-vehicle computer features a next-generation Intel Atom® x6413E processor quad-core 1.5GHz.
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