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Could car ownership soon become a thing of the past?

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.

Eliminating EV range anxiety - why we think Tesla got it right

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.

Telematics help in better speed camera placement

It's no secret that the motorists slow down when approaching the speed cameras, only to speed up just after passing them. Using highly advanced telematics driven-data Mireo offers another aspect on reviewing and improving speed camera placement to improve safety benefits of the speed cameras.

Why does Warren Buffet think that traditional car insurance doesn't have a future?

Mireo SpaceTime technology help insurers to make at least the first step in telematics transformation correctly. Mireo SpaceTime completely hides the complexity of data acquisition, filtering, contextualization, and presentation from data analysts. It allows them to focus on developing risk models using tools and concepts they are already familiar with

Worldwide Mobile Data Costs Ranked: India is no longer a mobile data wonderland

With prices soaring, India is no longer a mobile data wonderland. The Jio's effect and the era of unsustainable low tariffs have ended. Israel is the new leader in the world of affordable mobile plans.

Congestion charging - William Vickrey's dream becomes reality

High accuracy congestion charging using GPS telematics data

The fastest bridge in Zagreb

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.

Why don't drivers respect speed limits on the Rijeka bypass?

Is driving 80+ km/h on the Rijeka bypass hearsay or a fact? To question this statement, we decided to measure how fast real-world vehicles actually drive.

Speeding hotspots in Zagreb city

Using Mireo SpaceTime Roadway Analytics, we've detected the infamous Zagreb speeding hotspots, specifically the ones in which drivers speed more than 30 km/h above the posted speed limits.

Speeding: Does the opportunity make a thief?

Do you become a rally driver when the streets are empty? Analyzing GPS traces of 600.000 vehicles, we measured how likely drivers are to speed.
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