Now more than ever before, fleet managers have greater access to advanced telematics technologies, devices, applications and all the valuable data it produces. As more information flows from the vehicle through the telematics device to a third party cloud and finally to your backend platform, there are critical contact point all along the way that may be vulnerable to hacking and unauthorized access. So as you start to evaluate service providers and telematics solutions, there are a few key security questions to keep in mind to ensure that data is protected:
By now, if you’re attending this year’s Dreamforce, you have may have heard about the new conference app, MapAnything DF16 Buses. It was announced on the Salesforce blog over the weekend. CalAmp is excited to be part of this real life and time demonstration because our hardware and software is “under the hood” driving this just-in-time transit solution. Your time is valuable and it shouldn’t be spent waiting too long at the bus stop.
The 2016 CTIA Super Mobility conference is almost here and this year we have a one-of-a-kind, smart “everything wireless” Telematics solution capability to demonstrate for you. Using our Vanguard 5530 and Telematics Cloud (CTC) solution, integrated with Metavine’s zero code development platform, we will show how our customers can now get intelligent vehicle solutions to the Cloud fast, securely and at scale. Metavine will be at CalAmp’s booth 5332 to provide a demonstration of how you can add exceptional value to your CalAmp solutions.
This year, CTIA poses the question “What does everything wireless look like?” for its Super Mobility show. For us on the enterprise side, CalAmp seeks to collect and process the data from the ever growing number of devices being connected to the internet. While the company started out known for its satellite hardware (and still is known for its devices), we know that wireless is about more than a box™ transmitting signals.