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The Internet of Things will create widespread effects in transportation. Passengers can benefit from improved quality of service, and businesses can reduce costs and generate new revenue streams thanks to enhanced operational effectiveness and new business models.

IoT in the transportation industry

 

The Internet of Things will create widespread effects in transportation. IoT can provide new services for end users as a result of enhanced security features and info-tainment services that create more enjoyable rides. Passengers can benefit from improved quality of service, and businesses can reduce costs and generate new revenue streams thanks to enhanced operational effectiveness and new business models.

 

Enable new services: improved security and info-tainment features

On the road, IoT solutions can allow passengers to benefit from safer journeys thanks to real-time alerts and updates. If an accident occurs, security alerts can be automatically sent to emergency teams with the exact localization of the vehicle, allowing more rapid interventions. In case of theft, the location of vehicles can be sent to owners who will be able to immobilize the vehicle remotely.

Passengers will also benefit from more enjoyable trips with solutions that bring Internet to the vehicles and provide advanced information such as available parking spaces, weather forecasts and traffic conditions.

 

Enhance operational efficiency

Fleet management solutions allow businesses to monitor transportation assets and retrieve useful information such as the average speed, exact mileage, travel time and fuel consumption of drivers. By analyzing information regarding driving habits of employees, businesses can install eco-driving trainings that reduce the risks of accidents, wear of vehicles and costs related to fuel consumption. Fleet management solutions can also be coupled with geolocation features to allow businesses to oversee their fleet of vehicles and optimize travel itineraries.

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The Internet of Things will create widespread effects in transportation.

Use cases

 

PSA Peugeot Citroen Axxes SITA

PSA Peugeot Citroën partners with Orange Business Services to offer a new telematics solution to help fleet owners reduce vehicle total cost of ownership (TCO).

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Orange Business Services accompagne Axxès dans la collecte de l’écotaxe sur les poids lourds grâce à une solution machine-to-machine.

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SITA becomes the first global mobile data services provider for air transport industry.

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Cotecna  

Cotecna and Orange to provide secure M2M tracking and transit monitoring solutions.

Cotecna and Orange Business Services have entered into a partnership to combine the synergies of the two Groups to offer best-in-class, secure M2M track and trace solutions, particularly for customs transit monitoring.

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WayRay chose Orange M2M connectivity services for the launch of their new telematics products in the U.S.

WayRay is an innovative start-up, emerging as a premier developer in the connected car space by applying aerospace technology to land navigation. The company launched WayRay Element, a smart car tracker and WayRay Navion, an Augmented Reality navigation system that features a unique, sensory navigation interface that displays holographic projections.

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revised 23 Jun 2016

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