Bristol Waste Company and the University of Oxford have signed up to Tantalum’s trial with Imperial College London to road test its Air Car technology.
Tantalum has announced the upcoming launch of its Air.Car trials, and has urged companies to participate and tackle air pollution.
Geo-fencing using live air quality data could be used to enforce the zero-emission running of fleet vehicles in heavily polluted areas.
Tracker is urging fleet managers to become part of a free six-month trial and contribute to research which aims to reduce air pollution.
Developers behind a project that will enable councils to charge vehicles to drive on city roads according to real-time emissions, have received a £1m grant.
Tantalum Corporation has appointed Ozgur Tohumcu as its chief executive officer to help develop its position as a leading provider of connected car technology.
Despite attempts to quash a major security flaw found in car key fobs, nearly 140 makes and models of vehicles have now been confirmed as being at risk.
As the emissions tests scandal continues to hit the headlines, Tantalum Corporation is urging the fleet industry to take control of vehicle emissions by reviewing and changing driver behaviour.
Connected vehicle company Tantalum Corporation has been ranked 14th in the 2015 Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
Tracker helped police locate a tractor stolen in Milton Keynes in record time, highlighting the value of its tracking technology in the fight against crime.
Tracker buy-out creates company with ‘a lot of potential’, CEO tells Gareth Roberts
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