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IoT and vehicle communications

IoT and vehicle communications

Vehicles are currently undergoing a technical revolution spearheaded by IoT technologies. While there are already examples of cars that can park on their own and self-driving vehicles are emerging, this is not yet a reality accessible to all. And this is the challenge OEMs and part manufacturers for cameras, proximity sensors, etc. are currently facing: IoT technologies are still only found in...

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Sustainable mobility: another challenge for Smart Cities

Sustainable mobility: another challenge for Smart Cities

There are now almost 25,000 electric plug-in vehicles registered in Spain. According to forecasts by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, the figure will rise to 5 million by 2030. Driving sustainable mobility has become one of the main objectives of Smart Cities. To this end, we must find a balance and adapt cities to allow citizens to quickly and easily move in and out of urban centers...

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Vehicle digitalization in different markets

Vehicle digitalization in different markets

Reinventing an organization in the telecommunications sector is a difficult but rewarding task. Corporate strategy through to process reengineering, if properly implemented, can have a positive impact on costs and efficiency when launching a product to market (at the speed the customer wants) and/or discovering needs. Discipline becomes extremely important when dealing with vertical markets...

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RAIL LIVE 2019: The railway digitalization

RAIL LIVE 2019: The railway digitalization

Unsurprisingly, the railway industry also follows the technological advances that are happening today. That is why there are so many conferences, exhibitions and events taking place in the world, in which participants showcase the latest advances and discuss how such advances should be incorporated into the railway sector. This year is particularly important for the Spanish railway sector...

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Liberalization of the railway sector

Liberalization of the railway sector

The liberalization of the railway passenger market is scheduled to take place in 2020, and forms part of a Europe-wide liberalization of passenger transport aiming to open the market to more competition with larger benefits to consumers. When we turn our attention to the benefits to passengers, not everything has to be about lowering prices – as occurred with the liberalization of air transport...

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Technologies that transport you to the other side of the world

Technologies that transport you to the other side of the world

In a mature market like telecommunications solutions, where you have many different types and sizes of businesses competing against each other and well-known brands, differentiation and added value are key to helping a company stand out. Therefore, a design strategy that comes up with alternative, robust solutions and the possibility of offering an outward-oriented service – which meets market...

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Will 5G solve the railway dilemmas?

Will 5G solve the railway dilemmas?

Every day we hear more news on 5G, its progress and evolution, as the demand for connectivity between vehicles, towns and cities, devices and sensors continues to grow. As you might expect, the railway sector and it's train communications are no less affected, being one of the main players anxiously awaiting these new developments to adapt the 5G technology and use in their area of railway intra...

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Paying using contactless card technology: the latest access means to public transport

Paying using contactless card technology: the latest access means to public transport

Payment Credit cards are now used world over and are more popular than ever. In Spain, for example, there are almost 50,000,000 cards in use (of different types). The latest generation of cards comes with Brand new technological components that increase security and help simplify operations. The technologies used in paymentcredit cards have come a long way in the last few years. Magnetic bands...

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Public transport: from horse-drawn carriages to Wi-Fi equipped buses

Public transport: from horse-drawn carriages to Wi-Fi equipped buses

Many changes have taken place over the last few years, none more so than in the automotive industry. If we look back, we can see the continuous evolution of public transport, from its introduction, at the beginning of the 19th century, up to today. Public transport, in the form of omnibuses, made its first appearance in 1828. History tells us it was the owner of some thermal baths in Nantes...

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