this time from Telefonica
Very nice video. I was listen to National Public Radio (NPR) here in the US this morning and they were talking about a conference that is going on in Barcelona and the innovations of the future with respect to automobile providing valuable information to each other to help control traffic jams. Obviously they were talking about MWC. I was very pleased that M2M is getting more mainstream. They did pointed out that there are downsides to these innovations for example people assuming that the vehicle with pick of the slack with them not paying attention to the roads etc. which can result in more accidents. I guess you just cannot win. This is still good news for the future of M2M with discussions like this on the public radio..
I found the article that NPR was referring in my last post -> "Bill Ford outlines a future of a single, connected, transport network" http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-02/28/bill-ford-mwc
Very nice video. Here's a link to a video that shows a vehicle transit monitoring system.
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