Automotive Mobility Solutions
Airacom assists companies within the automotive industry, by improving their onsite communications and data capture of critical information. Our range of fixed, mobile and cloud-based collaboration solutions, transforms the way employees use and share information. Our goal is to find solutions which aid companies in the flow of information from the field to the office. Extensive research, knowledge and active projects within the auto industry, allows us to add value to your supply chain logistics, and business improvement within supply chain management through effective asset tracking in real-time.
Today’s automotive industry stands on the cusp of a new-era. Drive-train electrification through innovative hybrid, battery and fuel cell vehicles reduces dependence on oil, reduces emissions and allows the vehicles of tomorrow to be fully integrated into a multi-model traffic systems. At Airacom, we are always striving to develop solutions to aid this technology curve, by participating in the ever changing Internet of Things (IoT).
Today’s automotive industry stands on the cusp of a new-era
The real IoT developments in the auto industry are behind the scenes
Since our founding in 2007, we’ve become recognised in leading the way in hazardous area, smartphone mobility and location-based services. Delivering Real-time business intelligence, through our smart application AirGuard, and innovative intrinsically safe smartphones and industrial tablets.
What does business intelligence and big data do for my organisations, and how can we benefit? With the emergence of IoT, (industrial Internet of Things), being connected allows companies to capture critical data, live and in real-time vs existing manual processes. This drives efficiency, improves field-worker visibility, and becomes a step-change for safety by reducing operational risk. Our focus, is on helping our customers solve the challenges around ‘Big Data’ and connecting the field to the office, with rugged intrinsically safe communications and asset management solutions.
By 2021 82% of all cars shipped will be connected82%
Enterprise apps boost worker productivity by more than34%
IT departments fail business expectations when it comes to apps45%
20% of consumer cars in Europe and the US will be app-connected by 201720%
Evolution of Vehicles
The first true technological leap forward for cars came in 1911, when automobile companies began installing electric starters into vehicles, according to Mashable. The cigarette lighter arrived in 1925, the radio in 1930, power steering in 1956, the 9-track player in 1965, the cassette deck in 1970, and air bags in 1984.
In Europe and North America, 20% of consumer cars will be app-connected by 2017. Big change is coming, with the automotive industry feeding off the lifestyle demands influenced by the mobile revolution. Vehicles of today are becoming ‘digital hubs’ offering extended experiences by converging mobile devices and technologies.