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  • adj. Of or pertaining to telematics


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  • The researchers bought a sedan equipped with a telematic system—a cellular-based service which allows the car makers to perform remote diagnostics and track a car's location.

    Researchers warn cars' electronics can be hacked remotely

  • In their experiment, researchers claim they were able to undermine the security of the telematic's cellular connections and insert malicious computer code which could give them the capability to over-ride vehicle controls.

    Researchers warn cars' electronics can be hacked remotely

  • She said the project is evolving into something less about art and “more about telematic labor.”

    At Sundance, a Second Life Sweatshop Is Art - Bits Blog -

  • That's to be expected in a former new town, I suppose, as the EU New Towns platform has identified new towns in general, and Harlow and a few others in particular, as having the sort of flexible legal structure which makes them ripe for continuous expansion into the, ever expanding, telematic megatropolises (post-modern Gothic Cities?) of the horrible future.

    Britain 2008

  • Moments later, she steps out - in Waterloo, Ont. Minutes later, she somehow emerges again, this time in Peoria, Ill. Welcome to one of the most ambitious, experimental theatre projects ever conceived - Alice (Experiments in Wonderland) - a multipoint telematic performance for children and adults.

    Theatre review: Alice (Experiments) in Wonderland

  • At the Paris car show this month, telematic teases are on just about every dashboard.

    The Wired Road Ahead

  • Through his unique use of video conference techniques in artistic telepresence applications he has developed a series of celebrated telematic art installations that have received international acclaim and have been cited on numerous occasions amongst his peers in this field.

    Whatever next? A Furry in Istanbul?

  • This program uses a telematic device, which gathers driver data and wirelessly transmits it over a cellphone network.

    How Technology

  • Analysts predict that 84 percent of new cars sold in 2005 will be telematic-ready.

    Opportunity Knocks

  • He continues to collaborate with one of their founding members, John McCormick - a pioneer in the field of telematic performance and motion capture - and the two are now preparing a work called Ways To Wave, which will premiere in San Jose next June, at 01SJ, the second Biennial of Global Art on the Edge.

    Adam Ramona, his "Unsung Songs," and his color Blue


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