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05 Feb 2016

EICHER TRUCKS & BUSES LAUNCHES EICHER LIVE AND HYBRID SCHOOLBUS

EICHER TRUCKS & BUSES LAUNCHES EICHER LIVE AND HYBRID SCHOOLBUS Eicher Trucks & Buses, part of VE Commercial Vehicles, launched Eicher Live - an advanced telematics solution for the commercial vehicle industry - at the Auto Expo 2016. Eicher Live is trucking intelligence that drives profitable fleet management, by monitoring their movement, fuel consumption and maintenance needs. Eicher Live is available as a company-installed system in the EicherProSeries range of trucks and buses. Eicher Live provides real time dashboard data analytics of the fleet, tracking the most important factors including fuel management and fault identification, thus allowing customers to plan maintenance.



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04 Feb 2016

TATA MOTORS HAS RESEARCH CENTER IN THE UK

TATA MOTORS HAS RESEARCH CENTER IN THE UK Tata Motors is looking to the UK to direct the R&D for its operations, even for vehicles which it plans to never sell in Europe. Although Tata is synonymous with Indian industry, its international credentials are also strong. Its presence in the UK dates well back into the 19th century and it is now, by some measures, the biggest overseas investor in the country, owning Corus — the former British Steel and its Dutch counterpart Hoogovens, Jaguar Landrover and Tetley tea, the second-largest tea brand in the UK.



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25 Jan 2016

XEROX SURVEY OUTLINES PREDICTIONS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT BY 2025

XEROX SURVEY OUTLINES PREDICTIONS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT BY 2025 A new survey from Xerox underscores the desire for self-driving cars and smart digital services like integrated apps and cashless payment by Europe’s Generation Z (those aged 18-24 years old). The study was conducted by TNS on behalf of Xerox between 5 and 26 October 2015 among 1,200 respondents in 12 cities across the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. It revealed that by 2025, a third (32 per cent) of 18-24 year olds expect to be using self-driving cars, four in ten (41 per cent) say they won’t be using cash to pay for transport and half (51 per cent) believe transport provision will be a key consideration when deciding where to live and work.



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