Telematica

La telematica (termine raramente sostituito da "teleinformatica") è una disciplina scientifica e tecnologica che nasce dalla necessità di unificare metodologie e tecniche delle telecomunicazioni e dell'informatica per realizzare il trasferimento a distanza delle informazioni e delle elaborazioni.

La storia del termine
Il termine fu coniato in Francia (télématique) nel 1976 in un documento commissionato dalla presidenza della Repubblica, ed elaborato da Simon Nora e Alain Minc, dal titolo «L'informatizzazione della società» ("L'informatisation de la Société"). Il Nora-Minc faceva risalire il termine Telematica alle proprie origini statunitensi poiché l'idea è mutuata dalla parola Compunication, unione poco fortunata dei termini "computer" e "communications".
Non è casuale la differenza tra i due termini: rispondono a due contesti differenti. Da una parte la Francia degli anni settanta, che stava conoscendo una trasformazione sociale radicale frutto dello sviluppo delle telecomunicazioni, dall'altra parte gli Stati Uniti che iniziavano ad sperimentare la rivoluzione informatica; in Francia quindi si pose l'accento sulle telecomunicazioni mentre negli USA l'accento venne posto sul computer. (fonte: Wikipedia)
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Global Automotive Telematics (Safety & Security, Information & Navigation, Entertainment and Remote Diagnostics) Market - Trends and Forecast to 2019

Telematics is an integration of wireless communications, location technology, and in-vehicle electronics and is used for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle-to-devices (V2D) communication. Using this technology, the information is either generated in the vehicle's control unit and conveyed to back office systems, or alternatively, the back office systems display data such as road maps, weather forecasts, stock updates, and many more in the vehicle's control unit. Major components used in this technology are telematics control units (TCU), telematics network operations systems, and wireless communications infrastructure. The main stakeholders of telematics industry are the automotive sector, telematics service providers (TSPs), information technology, and the telecom sector including hardware manufacturers. According to industry experts, many vehicles will continue to have various technological advancements such as integration of smartphones with the... (PR Newswire - 02/10/2014) Leggi

Frost & Sullivan: Government Initiatives to Strengthen Demand for Telematics in Commercial Vehicles in China

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Strategic Analysis of Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market in China, finds that commercial vehicle and fleet operators' spending on telematics will surge over the next seven years, till 2021. (PR Newswire - 26/09/2014) Leggi

Global Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market 2014-2018: Key Vendors are AirIQ, Fleetmatics, MiX Telematics, Omnitracs, OnStar, TomTom and Trimble

     (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) Telematics is the term used to refer to the wireless connectivity between a vehicle and a telecommunication infrastructure. Telematics is an integrated technology where telecommunication and IT technologies are combined to provide a single solution. Telematics uses telecom equipment to send, receive, or store information in a vehicle. (PR Newswire - 23/09/2014) Leggi

Frost & Sullivan: Explosion of OEM's Investments in Automotive Connected Services in Brazil and Mexico

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140811/135074) (PR Newswire - 11/08/2014) Leggi

Frost & Sullivan Honours Telematicus for Offering Customised, Cost-effective Telematics Solutions

Telematicus' application framework is built on the established CABIS platform handling multiple data feeds and scale for large volumes, as well as being mobile compliant, allowing the provision of driver risk assessment and management. Telematicus also offers second-by-second data granular GPS data collection, which benefits its fleet and insurance telematics clients. (PR Newswire - 16/07/2014) Leggi
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