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“It also produces a sophisticated electronic fleet management system, called "Telematics" which has been incorporated into the military programme, thus enabling what it calls "Network Centric Logistics".”
“Telematics may not exactly be a household word just yet, but that is changing fast, as evidenced by the new cars on display at the Detroit auto show.”
“Italy's Octo Telematics SpA makes technology that has been installed in more than 1.2 million cars in Europe that can send back aggregated data about a car's location, acceleration and other driving characteristics, said Nino Tarantino , Octo's chief in North America.”
“Adoption of Internet services in the Acceding and Candidate Countries, lessons from the Internet banking case [An article from: Telematics and Informatics] by C. Centeno”
“Telematics systems can give unique benefits and insights to plug-in cars.”
“Our Driver Focus-Telematics (DF-T) Guidelines were developed with input from a range of experts and are based on scientific research.”
“A Web for all reasons: uses and gratifications of Internet components for political information [An article from: Telematics and Informatics] by B.K. Kaye”
“Finance and investment in creative industries in the People's Republic of China and Latin America [An article from: Telematics and Informatics] by M. Keane”
“Telematics systems use a combination of wireless telephone and GPS technology provide an assortment of emergency and convenience services, some of which require a subscription.”
“Regan, Joey (1987), “Classifying Adopters and Using Political Activity, Media Use and Demographic Variables,” Telematics and Informatics, 4(1):3-16.”
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