Automotive
Everything You Need to Know About In-Vehicle Infotainment System

Everything You Need to Know About In-Vehicle Infotainment System

In this modern world, the technology plays a major role in every domain. The automotive industry is one of the top adopters of technological innovations, for improving vehicle safety, managing automated systems, enhancing engine performance, providing in-vehicle infotainment and delivering economic and efficient ways of transport. Of these, we are…

Experience Safe and Smart Driving with Vision-based ADAS

Experience Safe and Smart Driving with Vision-based Advanced Driver Assistance...

According to Markets and Markets, the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) market is projected to reach USD 91.83 billion by 2025 (From USD 24.24 billion in 2018). This trend clearly signifies the rising popularity and market acceptance of the innovative ADAS systems. The technological advancements in the sensor components, specifically…

9 Ways Cloud Computing Can Transform Your Fleet Management Operations

9 Ways Cloud Computing Can Transform Your Fleet Management Operations

The idea of connecting the entire fleet without spending extra on the infrastructure using cloud has managed to gain the attention of quite a few fleet operators. According to Market Research Hub, the IoT fleet management market is estimated to be worth US$15,870.0 million by 2025, with an annual CAGR…

Top 7 ADAS Technologies that Improve Vehicle Safety

Top 7 ADAS Technologies that Improve Vehicle Safety

Vehicle safety is one of the significant areas in which automotive companies are investing heavily. Over the years, automotive companies have developed many technologies, which can be helpful in preventing road accidents. These technologies, which automate, facilitate, and improve vehicular systems to assist drivers for a safe and better driving…

How to choose the right telematics solution for your fleets?

The new-age telematics technology has become an essential part of a fleet management system. A comprehensive telematics solution not only helps fleet managers to improve operational efficiency of their fleets, but also enhance the security of their vehicles in transit. The benefits of fleet management systems are enormous, but it…

Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication: Let the car message while driving, not you!

Ensuring safety of passengers in speeding vehicles and other road-side commuters has always been the major focus of urban transportation authorities, worldwide. The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA), USA’s largest association representing the transportation and technology communities, has been closely working with the Department of Transportation to advance the…

The Role of Automatic Vehicle Localization (AVL) System in Fleet...

One of the emerging applications of fleet management is in the area of GPS-based automatic vehicle localization (AVL) systems. This technology merges on-board diagnostics of a vehicle with satellite-based GPS data and provides the advantage of expected locating of a private or public transport vehicle. AVL also plays a role…

Driverless Cars – Shifting Customer Experience into High Gear

Of  late, there's been a lot of buzz surrounding driverless cars. Recently, on May 17th, Tampa, FL played host to a driverless car event where it was demonstrated how "sensors" and "cameras" can replace human drivers completely. At present, Google is in fact, paying people to test drive its autonomous…

Traffic Surveillance Systems with Sensor Networks

Traffic surveillance systems have been around for quite a while across various cities worldwide. The ubiquitous presence of closed circuit cameras, vehicle plate detection systems and LED lane control lights has made traffic and incident management smooth and efficient. With such advanced technologies changing the face of traffic systems, it…

Will Car Sensors Replace Human Drivers Completely?

If you’re reading this blog right now, there’s a huge chance that you might be behind the wheels like the other 660,000 drivers accessing their smartphones at any point of time, (it’s called “distracted driving” – we highly DO NOT recommend this accident-prone strategy!). However, even saner drivers would agree…