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Welcome to the new-look Telematics & Mobile Data Guide – now closer than ever to the heart of mobile logistics, and bringing you more support than ever in terms of informed editorial and opinion ... plus, of course, our unmatched supplier listings guide.
We’ve enhanced the site by adding new background information and editorial on the whole spectrum of mobile logistics, making this your one-stop shop for information and the right suppliers for your needs.
Use this guide to find suppliers in key areas of your business – tracking, navigation, communications, mobile computing hardware, mobile resource management and more.
You can also learn more about this whole subject by reading the informed and detailed articles under our Resources banner, and keep up with key developments in the telematics and mobile computing world through our news section.
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In early spring the Telematics & Mobile Data Guide is produced in glossy A4 printed form, complete with additional editorial material, and is distributed out to our reader list. It’s an invaluable at-a-glance way to browse through the companies listed, and anecdotally, we’re told that readers often keep it ready to hand to consult for the whole year. If you don’t receive it and you’d like a copy, you can buy it. See contact page.
The new 2015 Telematics & Mobile Data guide entries are now in place on this web site. Updated and fully checked, these listings reflect the latest state of the art in the various fields we cover. Company names, addresses and contact details for all 500-plus suppliers in our listings have been checked and amended where necessary, reflecting the ebb and flow of businesses that have moved, been taken over or even moved out of the market. That
Paragon Software Systems has acquired a majority shareholding in Axida, its long-term partner in software solutions for home delivery services. The two companies have already worked together on projects such as Paragon HDS, which integrates multi-channel order management with continuous route optimisation. Paragon’s routing and scheduling products are also integrated with Axida’s full HDi product. The companies have a number of joint clients, including Argos, Dreams, Wickes, Wincanton, Indesit and IKEA. The
Can behavioural driving analysis actually assess whether someone represents a high driving risk? That’s the challenge addressed by a new study, Driver Safe 2015, that is being mounted by Applied Driving Techniques in association with Brake, the leading road safety charity. The study aims to seek to investigate the possibility of making accurate predictions of a driver’s inherent risk status by using a behavioural profiling approach incorporating psychometric, emotional intelligence and motivator profiling techniques. Applied