Research firm Netscribes has released its Global Telematics Market Report, which indicates that the telematics market will have a compound annual growth rate of 28.5 percent from 2017 to 2022, reaching $233.24 billion in revenue worldwide.
Berg Insight issued a report that found the active fleet management systems deployed in North America was growing a CAGR of 15 percent, and is expected to reach 13.5 million by 2021. We spoke to Rickard Andersson, senior analyst at Berg Insight, about the report.
Based in Indianapolis with an international reach, Stericycle Expert Solutions’ quarterly Recall Index tracks government-mandated repair initiatives for faulty vehicle components. Wayne Mitchell, director of the company’s automotive division, recently addressed the pace of ongoing industry recalls.
Daniel Zenko, director of data innovation at the Auto Care Association, will lead the association’s efforts in category management data collection and reporting, and will help harmonize in-house research.
Surgere and robotics company Fetch created a robotic inventory and cycle counting system that can be used in logistics facilities and warehouses. Surgere's David Zingery discussed development of the system.
ABI Research identified three important technology trends in intelligent transportation: Freight as a service; vehicle OEMs adopting factory-fit telematics solutions; and the rapid growth of the commercial telematics sector.
In the 1960s, Robert Fenton was involved in groundbreaking research on driverless vehicles. He and his colleagues built and tested some of the earliest autonomous cars on roadways around Columbus, Ohio.
CarFix will issue Vehicle Lifecycle Blockchain tokens to establish reliable repair records and price information, allowing for secure transactions among customers, dealerships, insurance companies and the automotive repair industry.