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Business, Technology, Logistics, Perspective

Perspective: Looking Forward With 5G

The technology elephant in the room for warehouse operators is 5G wireless technology; specifically, whether it’s worthwhile for the sector to convert from existing 4G systems.

Mike Maris | Director of Transportation and Logistics, Zebra Technologies
December 18, 2019
Government, Technology

FCC Approves Proposal to Proceed With 5.9 GHz Changes

AASHTO's King Gee AASHTO's King Gee (right) by Eugene Mulero/Transport Topics

WASHINGTON — Despite opposition from leading transportation groups, the Federal Communications Commission on Dec. 12 unanimously moved to proceed with a proposal that would devote a significant aspect of auto safety airwaves to broadband uses, with a remainder for a new cellular connected-vehicle technology.

Eugene Mulero | Staff Reporter
December 12, 2019
Government, Business, Technology

Automakers Stand to Lose Airwaves Rights as FCC Drops a Promise

Ajit Pai Ajit Pai by Martina Albertazzi/Bloomberg

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai proposed reassigning airwaves long promised to automakers and instead allow other wireless uses on the frequencies.

Todd Shields and Ryan Beene | Bloomberg News
November 20, 2019
Business

Teletrac, Navman Wireless Merge

Teletrac Inc.

Teletrac Inc. and Navman Wireless, which make GPS-based asset-tracking telematics systems, have merged.

March 3, 2015
Business

DOT Research Could Benefit Fleets Through Use of Wireless Inspections

Imagine being able to have trucks and their drivers wirelessly inspected as they travel at highway speed — then top that off with improving the vehicle’s fuel efficiency.

July 21, 2014
Business

Trucking Technology Likely to Be Affected by Wireless Capacity Crunch, Official Warns

MINNEAPOLIS — Trucking companies that rely on wireless technology to improve their operations soon could feel the effects of a looming “capacity crunch” facing the nation’s wireless carriers, an industry leader told truckers.

August 28, 2012