One mustn’t push the ‘waiting for a bus’ metaphor too far, but there do seem to have been quite a few of these announcements lately. AT&T have been offering the Audiovox product since November 2013, but this latest announcement is about the company’s plan to offer it outside the US. Perhaps we’ll see some head to head competition between these offerings in Europe soon. It might even be worth doing a detailed comparison of telecom operators’ OBD2 offerings.
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Jeremy is an independent telecommunications analyst with a strong interest in M2M/Internet of Things, with a focus on transport and Smart City applications, the use of ICT to reduce and mitigate climate change, the medium-term future of the telecoms industry, including new roles for operators, and the evolution of voice services.