Media Coverage

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  • April 02, 2019
From Ice Cream To Organs

The Internet of Things (IoT) is typically associated with smart homes or vehicles. One compelling, and perhaps lesser known, use case is asset tracking. IoT can enable items to be tracked anywhere, any place, at any time. It can also provide information on the item’s state and environment, including the level of humidity or light exposure, or evidence of tampering. Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of Market Development, Europe at Aeris, and Richard Jennings, CEO and co-founder at TrackerSense, demonstrate the scope of IoT asset tracking with five unusual use cases.

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  • March 26, 2019
Carrier Agnostic Cellular Networks Could Lead to Improved Solar Energy Strategies

Global energy demand has experienced consistent growth over the last few years, and by 2040, it is expected to increase by 60%. This rise in added demand has been met not only by fossil fuels, but by renewable energy sources, which actually contribute to around 25% of the energy requirement globally, a number that is only set to grow.

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  • March 18, 2019
Aeris Connected Vehicle Solution Successfully Recovers Stolen eRickshaw

India’s First IoT-based Connected eRickshaw Solution from Aeris tracked and recovered the sole source of livelihood of an Electric Rickshaw owner.

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  • January 02, 2019
Seamless connectivity helps telematics transform much more than vehicle insurance

Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of Market Development, Aeris, explains how usage-based pricing has enabled its partner Redtail Telematics to tap into new markets. Telematics is transforming the transport industry. Track and trace capabilities have made it possible for fleet managers to keep track of their vehicles, insurers to offer their customers a range of usage-based insurance […]

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  • January 02, 2019
India is warming up to the concept of electric vehicles adoption

By 2030, electrification could lead to electric vehicles holding a substantial share (up to 50 percent of new vehicle sales in a breakthrough scenario) of the global automobile sector Electrification of vehicles and shared mobility are the need of the hour with the ongoing issues of traffic congestion and pollution that has serious implications on […]

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  • December 14, 2018
On-Board Connectivity Should Be as Expected as Windscreen Wipers, Says Aeris

Connected car services will become increasingly important to consumers as carmakers install more features into new cars. That’s the opinion of Mohsen Mohseninia vice-president market development of Aeris an IoT technology consultancy. Speaking to TU-Automotive, Mohseninia told us that connected car technology is changing. He explained: “There are two types of connected vehicles. One, the […]

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  • November 07, 2018
Auto Insurance: Disruptive technology brings changes in the sector

To reduce claim settlement time, automotive insurance customers now are empowered to self-settle the claims by documenting the damage and filing for claims through smart devices The automotive insurance industry is being disrupted continuously by technology. The physical sales-oriented industry has fast-tracked to digital-only channels and now, with the introduction of Internet of Things, Artificial […]

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  • September 06, 2018
Mobility IoT with Syed Z Hosain | #AskTheCEO, episode 69