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The word Telematics is an amalgamation of the German words "Telekomunikaton" (telecommunication) and "infomatik" (information). It is the blending of computers and wireless telecommunications technologies, ostensibly the goal of efficiently conveying information over vast networks to improve a host of business functions or government-related public services. The most notable example of Telematics may be the Internet itself, since it depends on a number of computer networks connected globally through telecommunication backbones.
Telematics is the combination of telecommunications and new information technology. It has both a hardware component, such as cabling, computers, digitalisation and application components, and incorporates services provided by this new combination of telecommunication and information technology.
Telematics gives four new types of opportunity in the field of of information

" Access to large quantities of information
" Access to information of higher quality
" Access to information over any distance, including global distances
" Very rapid access to information

These new opportunities can be exploited to create new processes, new products and synergies where a combination of inputs produces a bigger and better result than would be expected from looking at the sum of the individual parts. All of the Telematics-based services can be used to enhance the role of the city in the global economy of the future. At the same tune they can also be used to create a better quality of life for those living and working there.
Telematics provides potential for reducing the number of 'kilometres driven by vehicles in urban areas by providing improved access to and quality of, public transport by providing information on congestion and by regulating the private car in the inner city. In addition to environmental gains, Telematics can also produce efficiency gains by reducing traffic congestion.
" The term telematics has evolved to refer to automobile systems that combine Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking and other wireless communications for automatic roadside assistance and remote diagnostics. Telematics, a word coined from telecommunications and informatics (meaning information processing), describes a broad field of different technologies to assist in the management of traffic needs, road transport and travel information and planning) and traffic control. With respect to automobiles, telematics refers to the convergence of wireless systems global positioning, and onboard automotive electr

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