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ABI Research Ranks Verizon, Trimble and Geotab as Top Commercial Telematics Suppliers




OYSTER BAY, New York, Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Verizon retains its lead among 12 strategic commercial telematics suppliers in ABI Research’s recent competitive analysis. Trimble and Geotab ranked second and third place, respectively. Trimble came remarkably close, benefitting from its scale, extensively broad verticals as well as converged telematics and video.  Geotab has had a dramatic rise from a 14th ranking only two years ago by developing a secure, scalable and open platform that has won both strategic customers and partners across the commercial telematics industry.

The top five vendors, overall, listed by rank include Verizon, Trimble, Geotab, TomTom Telematics, and Omnitracs.  Also notable is the first inclusion of Beijing-based G7, the telematics leader in China, with strategic accounts like Amazon China and JD.com as well as facial recognition and AI powered by Argus. ABI Research, a market-foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, forecasts global commercial telematics system revenues to rise across trucking segments from US$13.5 billion in 2017 to over US$23 billion in 2022.  The commercial telematics industry will continue to change rapidly, addressing a changing marketplace from “co-opetition” to rising OEM factory installs to technologies such as prognostics, video and blockchain.   

“Verizon led with at least 15 OEM partnerships, prognostics capabilities, acquisitions such as Skyward and enterprise-grade APIs,” says Susan Beardslee, Senior Analyst at ABI Research.  “Trimble accelerated growth through its ISE and 10-4 Systems acquisitions, industry-leading vertical coverage beyond its core including rail, forestry, and utilities and its rapid acceleration of its ecosystem partnerships.”  Beardslee continues, “Geotab’s is a vendor to some of North America’s largest fleets. They added extensive capabilities such as Guardian system by Seeing Machines and Noregon’s TripVision for prognostics.”

Of note, TomTom Telematics will be the first official partner for Microsoft’s Azure location-based services for critical location and real-time traffic data. Omnitracs continues joint development with Peloton on platooning and accelerated its driver prognostics capabilities as well as work with Cummins on OTA connectivity.

These findings are from ABI Research’s Commercial Telematics Competitive Assessment report. This report is part of the company’s Intelligent Transportation and eFreight research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.  

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ABI Research provides strategic guidance for visionaries needing market foresight on the most compelling transformative technologies, which reshape workforces, identify holes in a market, create new business models and drive new revenue streams. ABI’s own research visionaries take stances early on those technologies, publishing groundbreaking studies often years ahead of other technology advisory firms. ABI analysts deliver their conclusions and recommendations in easily and quickly absorbed formats to ensure proper context. Our analysts strategically guide visionaries to take action now and inspire their business to realize a bigger picture. For more information about ABI Research’s forecasting, consulting and teardown services, visionaries can contact us at +1.516.624.2500 in the Americas, +44.203.326.0140 in Europe, +65.6592.0290 in Asia-Pacific or visit www.abiresearch.com.

 

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Shopping while driving is getting a lot easier — and easier to track










Cars are on their way to becoming the new smartphone.

There’s already been a slew of new in-car technology over the last year. There’s good reason why. One in six adults already have a voice-activated speaker, a recent survey by National Public Media and Edison Research polling company concluded. In fact, there’s been a 128% increase in usage of devices like Amazon’s












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  since January 2017. And one-third say they would like to see voice-activated technology in cars.

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announced a partnership starting in early 2017 that added the data capabilities of IBM Watson to expand “OnStar AtYourService,” service that reminds drivers of tasks like picking up a child or giving food recommendations. Mercedes-Benz announced in 2017 that its 2016 and 2017 vehicles can connect with Amazon and Google digital voice assistants.

Why are there more in-car apps and gadgets?

There’s a reason payment and technology companies want to put more gadgets in cars. Drivers are making up to $212 billion in purchases while commuting, using a combination of their own smartphones and “connected” cars, which are outfitted with Wi-Fi access, in-car apps that drivers access through a dashboard screen and voice-activated technology. That’s according to a survey out this month from Visa












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  and the payments website PYMNTS.com.

Drivers want all the bells and whistles. About 66% of people who currently make mobile order-ahead purchases said they would do that more often if they had the ability to make the purchase within the vehicle instead of from a phone-based app, the Visa and PYMNTS.com survey. Those types of connected car services are “a classic convenience play,” said Michelle Evans, the digital consumer manager at Euromonitor International, a market-research firm.


















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There’s already been a slew of new in-car technology over the last year.









What kind of information could be tracked?

Vehicle technology is connected to the internet in so many ways, including Wi-Fi networks, mobile devices, apps, GPS and OnStar, it gives hackers more ways in, said Adam Levin, the chairman and founder of security firm CyberScout. Hackers who can take over cars through vulnerabilities in their systems can perform tasks from changing the cars’ radios to driving them off the road. “We have an obligation to ourselves to practice strong personal cyber hygiene,” he said.

In 2015, cybersecurity researchers demonstrated that they were able to take control of a Jeep Cherokee remotely, by hacking into its entertainment system through a cellular network. Fiat Chrysler have had to recall 1.4 million connected vehicles when researchers determine they are “hackable.” They were able to take over dashboard functions, including steering, transmission and brakes. The owners were sent a USB drive with a software update.

“Imagine a cybercriminal who can commandeer your car and take you for a dangerous joy ride by locking your doors to imprison you,” Levin said. What’s more, the greater connectivity cars provide allows businesses to gather information about behavioral and personal actions, he said. The government and businesses still have to develop security and privacy protocols, he said, but as more consumers use their own in-car technology, they will have to protect themselves.
























Will self-driving cars provide more safety?

One serious factor: Many in-car apps require touch, not voice commands, so they’re not much better than texting while driving. Texting has been regularly named as one of the leading causes of car accidents. Consumers may feel more ready to embrace the technology when more connected vehicles are voice-enabled, Evans said. “Removing the need for consumers to use their hands is clearly important if you’re trying to drive.” Plus, it’s hard to swipe and drive.

But voice-activated gadgets come with their own risks. Many in-built features are so distracting they should not be enabled while a vehicle is in motion, according to a study released last year by University of Utah researchers. The study, led by psychology professor David Strayer, found in-vehicle information systems — including SatNav, MP3 players, radios, cellphones and messaging devices — take drivers’ attention off the road for too long to be safe, much like texting.



































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ABI Research Ranks Verizon, Trimble and Geotab as Top Commercial Telematics Suppliers

The top five vendors, overall, listed by rank include Verizon, Trimble, Geotab, TomTom Telematics, and Omnitracs.  Also notable is the first inclusion of Beijing-based G7, the telematics leader in China, with strategic accounts like Amazon China and JD.com as well as facial recognition and AI powered by Argus. ABI Research, a market-foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, forecasts global commercial telematics system revenues to rise across trucking segments from US$13.5 billion in 2017 to over US$23 billion in 2022.  The commercial telematics industry will continue to change rapidly, addressing a changing marketplace from “co-opetition” to rising OEM factory installs to technologies such as prognostics, video and blockchain.   













“Verizon led with at least 15 OEM partnerships, prognostics capabilities, acquisitions such as Skyward and enterprise-grade APIs,” says Susan Beardslee, Senior Analyst at ABI Research.  “Trimble accelerated growth through its ISE and 10-4 Systems acquisitions, industry-leading vertical coverage beyond its core including rail, forestry, and utilities and its rapid acceleration of its ecosystem partnerships.”  Beardslee continues, “Geotab’s is a vendor to some of North America’s largest fleets. They added extensive capabilities such as Guardian system by Seeing Machines and Noregon’s TripVision for prognostics.”













Of note, TomTom Telematics will be the first official partner for Microsoft’s Azure location-based services for critical location and real-time traffic data. Omnitracs continues joint development with Peloton on platooning and accelerated its driver prognostics capabilities as well as work with Cummins on OTA connectivity.













These findings are from ABI Research’s Commercial Telematics Competitive Assessment report. This report is part of the company’s Intelligent Transportation and eFreight research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.  













About ABI Research













ABI Research provides strategic guidance for visionaries needing market foresight on the most compelling transformative technologies, which reshape workforces, identify holes in a market, create new business models and drive new revenue streams. ABI’s own research visionaries take stances early on those technologies, publishing groundbreaking studies often years ahead of other technology advisory firms. ABI analysts deliver their conclusions and recommendations in easily and quickly absorbed formats to ensure proper context. Our analysts strategically guide visionaries to take action now and inspire their business to realize a bigger picture. For more information about ABI Research’s forecasting, consulting and teardown services, visionaries can contact us at +1.516.624.2500 in the Americas, +44.203.326.0140 in Europe, +65.6592.0290 in Asia-Pacific or visit www.abiresearch.com.

























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ABI Research Ranks Verizon, Trimble and Geotab as Top Commercial Telematics Suppliers

The top five vendors, overall, listed by rank include Verizon, Trimble, Geotab, TomTom Telematics, and Omnitracs.  Also notable is the first inclusion of Beijing-based G7, the telematics leader in China, with strategic accounts like Amazon China and JD.com as well as facial recognition and AI powered by Argus. ABI Research, a market-foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, forecasts global commercial telematics system revenues to rise across trucking segments from US$13.5 billion in 2017 to over US$23 billion in 2022.  The commercial telematics industry will continue to change rapidly, addressing a changing marketplace from “co-opetition” to rising OEM factory installs to technologies such as prognostics, video and blockchain.   














“Verizon led with at least 15 OEM partnerships, prognostics capabilities, acquisitions such as Skyward and enterprise-grade APIs,” says Susan Beardslee, Senior Analyst at ABI Research.  “Trimble accelerated growth through its ISE and 10-4 Systems acquisitions, industry-leading vertical coverage beyond its core including rail, forestry, and utilities and its rapid acceleration of its ecosystem partnerships.”  Beardslee continues, “Geotab’s is a vendor to some of North America’s largest fleets. They added extensive capabilities such as Guardian system by Seeing Machines and Noregon’s TripVision for prognostics.”














Of note, TomTom Telematics will be the first official partner for Microsoft’s Azure location-based services for critical location and real-time traffic data. Omnitracs continues joint development with Peloton on platooning and accelerated its driver prognostics capabilities as well as work with Cummins on OTA connectivity.














These findings are from ABI Research’s Commercial Telematics Competitive Assessment report. This report is part of the company’s Intelligent Transportation and eFreight research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.  














About ABI Research














ABI Research provides strategic guidance for visionaries needing market foresight on the most compelling transformative technologies, which reshape workforces, identify holes in a market, create new business models and drive new revenue streams. ABI’s own research visionaries take stances early on those technologies, publishing groundbreaking studies often years ahead of other technology advisory firms. ABI analysts deliver their conclusions and recommendations in easily and quickly absorbed formats to ensure proper context. Our analysts strategically guide visionaries to take action now and inspire their business to realize a bigger picture. For more information about ABI Research’s forecasting, consulting and teardown services, visionaries can contact us at +1.516.624.2500 in the Americas, +44.203.326.0140 in Europe, +65.6592.0290 in Asia-Pacific or visit www.abiresearch.com.



























 

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Arbella Launches Free Safe Driving Mobile App

QUINCY, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Arbella
Insurance Group
, in partnership with Cambridge
Mobile Telematics
(CMT), today announced the launch of Wheel
Focused™
, a telematics-based solution proven to change driver
behavior through real-time feedback, personalized data and insights, and
gamification. Participants in similar CMT programs have seen driving
habits improve within 30 days of implementation, reducing phone
distraction by 35 percent, hard braking by 20 percent and at-risk
speeding by 20 percent.

According to CMT, distracted driving is a leading factor of trips that
result in an accident, as drivers who use a smartphone behind the wheel
are 3.4 times more likely to be involved in a crash. Traffic fatalities
continue to increase nationwide, spiking six percent since 2016,
according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NTHSA).
Massachusetts reported a 13 percent increase with 389 deaths in 2016;
more than double the national rate.

“It’s clear from the data that distracted driving continues to be a
dangerous epidemic,” said John Donohue, chairman, president and CEO of
the Arbella Insurance Group and chairman of the Arbella Insurance
Foundation. “The technology behind Wheel Focused™ has a compelling track
record of improving driver behavior and we’re proud to bring this
cutting-edge solution to New England.”

Wheel Focused™ utilizes CMT’s award-winning platform, DriveWell,
a complete telematics and behavioral analytics solution, that includes
battery-efficient drive detection, an industry-leading data collection
and processing engine and big data analytics. The app provides feedback
to drivers on five metrics: rapid acceleration, hard braking, sharp
turns, speeding and phone distraction. Wheel Focused™ logs trips while
in the background of a phone, providing the driver with feedback after
the trip is completed, as well as helpful tips to improve safety.

“Smartphone telematics programs advance driver behavior better than any
other option available,” said Hari Balakrishnan, chief technology
officer at CMT. “The feedback and gamification opportunities that
smartphones provide help engage users and encourage them to make better
decisions behind the wheel. Through this partnership with Arbella, we
will improve driver behavior and ultimately make our roads safer.”

Starting today, Wheel Focused™ is available to download for free in the Apple
and Android
stores. The program is open to all residents of Massachusetts and
Connecticut regardless of who their insurer is and where they purchase
insurance.

About the Arbella Insurance Group
About the Arbella
Insurance Group Established in 1988, the Arbella Insurance Group (www.arbella.com)
is a company with more than $800M in revenue with approximately $1.5B in
assets, headquartered in Quincy, Massachusetts. Arbella is a
customer-focused regional property and casualty insurance company,
providing personal and business insurance in Massachusetts and
Connecticut, and business insurance in Rhode Island and New Hampshire.

About Cambridge Mobile Telematics
Cambridge Mobile
Telematics (www.cmtelematics.com)
makes roads and drivers safer around the world. Founded in 2010 by two
MIT professors and experienced entrepreneurs, CMT pioneered telematics
for behavior-based insurance (BBI) and deployed the first solution to
provide both traditional vehicle-centric UBI and BBI. With over 30
customers in 16 countries, CMT has a proven record of changing driver
behavior: an average reduction of 35% in phone distraction, 20% in hard
braking, and 20% in at-risk speeding all within less than 30 days of
using the program. For more information, please visit cmtelematics.com
and follow on Twitter @cmtelematics.

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Renault Talks to Uber, Amazon as Car Revolution Gathers Steam

Carlos Ghosn, who heads the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, predicted the revolution sweeping the automobile industry will become increasingly visible in the next five years, with self-driving and connected cars more prevalent while consumers shun tainted technologies like diesel.

To meet the changes, the Franco-Japanese carmaking pact is considering partnerships with companies like Uber Technologies Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. for its autonomous cars, the 63-year-old executive said in a Bloomberg TV interview Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Uber, Alibaba and Amazon are possible partners, Ghosn says.

Source: Bloomberg

“We’ll be doing and selling robotaxis with partners, and we are going to do it by ourselves,” said Ghosn. “Every car manufacturer is working with many tech companies, there’s absolutely no exclusivity in this field.”

As Ghosn steps back from overseeing day-to-day operations as chief executive officer at French automaker Renault SA, he’ll focus on future of transport projects at all three members of the alliance. This means continuing to meet executives from tech companies about twice a year, he said, and working to ensure Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi develop common strategies and platforms.

Solidify Alliance

“I will be seeking to continue to solidify the alliance while still supervising the performance of each one of them,” Ghosn said. “All the technology bricks, which are at the base of the car of the future, will be developed in common between the three companies.”

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United States: Warning Light: The FTC Is Monitoring The Connected Car Marketplace

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