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The automotive industry is already a huge consumer of IoT and M2M applications which all need always-on connectivity
27 August 2021

The automotive industry is already a huge consumer of IoT and M2M applications which all need always-on connectivity

27 August 2021

Earlier this year, Telecom26 announced that it had been chosen as the new global mobile connectivity provider for the in-car fleet management systems of GlobalmatiX, a rising star in the telematics industry, whose customers include the world’s best known rental car brands including the Enterprise, Alamo and National brands.

This was the first customer win for our new Telematics eSIM service; Telecom26 eSIM profiles will be installed into all existing and future GlobalmatiX in-car boxes providing always-on connectivity with data being transmitted to GlobalmatiX’s cloud management system.

Our eSIMs connect to our Global Roaming Service which provides seamless coverage across 1100 cellular networks from over 620 mobile operators in more than 220 countries.

So now GlobalmatiX can monitor and communicate with vehicles wherever they are in the world.

IoT, M2M and the automotive industry

The automotive industry is already a huge consumer of IoT and M2M applications including:

  • Telematics for rental and leasing

Rental companies need to be able to track the location of the vehicles they lease, so that they can optimise service performance and ensure that drivers adhere to any agreed plans. Other benefits include reporting from on-board sensors, or remote control to protect against any criminal activities.

  • Insurance tracking

Insurance for drivers and vehicles has incorporated data from multiple sources in recent years, in order to deliver tailored plans and policies. Data points include speed, location and more – all of which depends on real-time or periodic transfer from vehicle to cloud servers, where it can be processed and correlated with individual policies.

  • Carsharing and e-Scooters

These depend entirely on a user being able to find a vehicle in their vicinity, or to be guided towards one. As such, it’s essential to be able to identify the location of vehicles accurately and in real-time.

  • EV charging infrastructure

One of the main challenges associated with the transition to electric vehicles is the delivery and management of national and international EV charging infrastructure. As these networks roll out, this infrastructure will be highly distributed with uneven density, creating a complex management problem. And, like today’s fuel station networks, users will expect them to work, 100% of the time.

  • Autonomous vehicles

Autonomous vehicles remain some way off, however, their operation and control will depend on super-fast, low latency communications, backed by a distributed edge processing fabric to manage the data they generate – and to enable instant decisions to be taken.

  • In-vehicle entertainment

In-vehicle entertainment already benefits from bluetooth connectivity from personal devices to the in-car system. Increasingly, though, content and experiences will be delivered centrally to the car.

  • Emergency assistance

Many vehicles are already equipped with systems that provide immediate connectivity to emergency services – and all of these are enabled by SIM connectivity. They enable position and other data to be shared, while opening voice channels for Person-to-Person communication.

  • The Need For Connectivity

Regardless of how many IoT and M2M apps vehicles have, the common denominator is that they all need always-on connectivity - and the ability to easily roam onto any network, domestic and international for when vehicles cross borders.

While today much of this connectivity is enabled by traditional SIMs, the future is eSIMs – enabling connection and service profiles to be delivered over the air and avoiding the need to change physical components of the in-vehicle communications system.

And, not just any old eSIM. The Telecom26 eSIM has been developed to meet the needs of a variety of industries including the automotive.

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One of the reasons our eSIMs top the bill is because they connect to our Global Roaming Service. But that’s not all as our customer GlobalmatiX can testify with the company benefiting from a number of new features not available from other operators including:

  • Full control over its connectivity which enables it to offer different packages to its customers. For example, a real-time service which provides immediate data over the fastest networks is available as well as a package for which Telecom26 can provide optimised least cost roaming and routing.
  • Seamless coverage across 1100 cellular networks from over 620 mobile operators in more than 220 countries - and ability to customize connectivity according to the budgets
  • Full control and management of its eSIMs through a customized service portal
  • Maximum security through the use of Virtual Private Networks

Telecom26 provides a complete, managed service ideal for global and local operators of automotive fleet management solutions.

For more information about our Telecom26 can help improve efficiencies within your fleet of scooters, cars, vans, lorries, ferries and ships, please contact us.

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