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Telematics

Telematics (telecommunication + informatics) defines the process of sending information between devices or between a single device and a larger network. Most commonly, telematics refers to the black box devices that track and gather vehicular data, such as journey details, speed, and accident reports. Telematics generally combines GPS capabilities with a form of data transmission via cellular network and a SIM card with GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) capabilit.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Telematics

Many SMBs interact with telematics. This can take the form of a corporate fleet of vehicles, or in-house delivery drivers or messengers.

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