With Tesla offering real-time usage-based insurance, can we expect a major shift in the car insurance industry? The car insurance market has been heating up for hears, and the transformation towards telematics-based insurance is inevitable and cannot be avoided nor prolonged anymore.
Mireo SpaceTime outperforms GeoMesa in all performed benchmarks by giving response times in a range of seconds, unlike GeoMesa that requires minutes, shows Ericsson’s study. Mireo SpaceTime excels when executing different types of queries (spatial, temporal, and spatio-temporal).
How well do you know traffic patterns in your city? We present traffic patterns across 3 central bridges in Zagreb, explaining the traffic jams in detail and revealing the slowest bridge. This article is part two of our traffic analysis across the three main Zagreb bridges - The fastest bridge in Zagreb.
The built-in GPS is already a mandatory feature in new EU cars, and with ISA regulative approaching, it's reasonable to expect new cars to be equipped with embedded GPS navigation. Starting from 2022, the Intelligent Speed Assistance ISA will be mandatory for all new EU cars introduced on the market and from July 2024 for all new cars sold in the EU.
Despite 13% fewer miles driven in 2020, traffic fatalities in the U.S. went up by 8%! Contrary, road fatalities in the EU plummeted by 17%, reaching the record low numbers. Can telematics explain such discrepancy and help to increase road safety?
Telematics is what’s shifting the insurers’ discriminating models from socio-economic and non-driving factors towards precise claim risk factors. Currently, insurer's proprietary premium pricing models rely on a myriad of more or less non-driving and discriminating factors, such as are age, sex, skin color, ethnicity, etc.
The true smart cities of the future will be the ones pioneering extracting the value from the data in enhancing living conditions and taking care of the environment. By leveraging tools that analyze various traffic patterns and through a series of centralized digitalized services, city authorities can significantly improve the quality of life and mobility.
People today are not buying as many new cars as they used to, which is why the car OEMs decided to shift their focus from selling cars – to selling mobility. We examine what the future of transport and mobility will look like, as well as the problems car OEMs might find along the way.
Range anxiety is still a widespread issue among EV owners and the ones looking to switch to EV. We leveraged machine learning to mitigate the problem and reassure drivers on exactly how much range they’ve got left, and learned quite a bit in the process.
The embedded navigation has never been more relevant, and there is a strong upward trend in embedding navigation in modern vehicles. The future is very bright for the embedded navigation and the various ways it will enhance driver experience, safety, and environmental aspects of transportation.