Solving The Telematics Puzzle
- Navigating the telematics industry. Ford, Tracy // RCR Wireless News;6/10/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 23, p12
Comments on the telematics industry in the United States. Business failure of Wingcast LLC; Reasons for the problems experienced by car manufacturers and the wireless industry in fusing their expertise in telematics; Outlook for the telematics sector.
- Institutional Impacts on the Development of an IT Industry: The Irish Experience. Heavin, Ciara; Fitzgerald, Brian // Journal of Global Information Technology Management (Ivy League ;2004, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p66
Over the last twenty years, Ireland has become a hotbed of software activity. According to the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Information Technology Outlook 2000, Ireland is the largest exporter of software goods in t he world (IDA, 2002). In t he past, smaller...
- Seeking a telematics formula. Johnson, Richard // Automotive News Europe;5/5/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p10
Focuses on the 2003 Microsoft European Automotive and Telematics Conference in Munich, Germany. Functions of the telematics system; Factors that could contribute to the success of the system; Views of DaimlerChrysler on the telematics software development.
- Optical networking in the fast lane. Wilson, Richard // Electronics Weekly;9/22/2004, Issue 2163, p28
This article reports that developers of operating systems for embedded systems in the automotive market have had to come to terms with that perennial networking problem â€” the moving target. When adding the optimum comms network to their vehicle designs, the car manufacturers have moved...
- Consensus : Telematics still has many hurdles. Weernink, Wim Oude; Wernle, Bradford // Automotive News;5/19/2003, Vol. 77 Issue 6038, p28J
This article focuses on the meeting Microsoft European Automotive and Telematics Conference held in Munich, Germany in 2003 regarding the importance of telematics in automobile industry and trade. Telematics held great promise for the industry when it debuted in the late 1990s. Automakers...
- The soft consolidation. Meyers, Jason // Telephony;11/09/98, Vol. 235 Issue 19, p41
Discusses the impact of the changes in the telecommunication industry on companies that develop software for various portions of the industry's operations support system. Integration issues that need to be addressed; Implications for network operators; TeleManagement Forum's Catalyst program.
- Software packages written for accountants by accountants. Kear, Stephen // Accountancy;Aug1982, Vol. 93 Issue 1068, p41
Features Systel Telematics, a company that offers a broad selection of real-time computer packages written by accountants and computer specialists. Company address; Features of the company's real-time computer systems.
- A good tool to manage e-mail. Gibbs, Mark // Network World;12/12/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 49, p40
The article describes Aid4Mail, an e-mail format transcoder and message-management tool kit, from Fookes Software. It has the ability to read and write a huge number of e-mail formats, including Extended MAPI systems. It can be operated from the command line or through a simple...
- Microsoft targets car business. Weernink, Wim Oude // Automotive News Europe;5/5/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p12
Presents information on the telematics software developed by Microsoft for the car industry. Value of the software; Disadvantages of using systems with non-standard software; List of car companies that use the Windows Automotive application.