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Infomobility Case Study: Real-time in-vehicle monitoring powered by Vodafone M2M

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To help meet this demand and in turn grow its business, the Infomobility.it Group is relying on Vodafone to provide the critical wireless data connectivity at the heart of its machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions.

Business need

Demand for real-time in-vehicle monitoring is growing throughout Europe - driven by the clear safety, control and efficiency benefits it delivers to haulage and insurance companies. To help meet this demand and in turn grow its business, the Infomobility.it Group requires a reliable carrier to provide the critical wireless data connectivity at the heart of its machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions.

With Vodafone, we now have a dependable telecommunications partner to support our expansion plans throughout Europe.

Franco Iachini, Chief Excutive Officer, Infomobility.it Group

The solution

Infomobility.it had three requirements: high network reliability and coverage, Quality of Service (QoS) and cost effective network charges for data traffic. Infomobility.it chose Vodafone for its ability to deliver on all three criteria. During the testing phase of proposed solutions, Vodafone provided technical support to Infomobility.it's engineering department and helped its staff to configure an appropriate SIM for a cost-effective M2M communications solution.

Key customer benefits

  • Vodafone's efficient and reliable data network offers cost-effective M2M communications between vehicles and monitoring stations.
  • Fleet operators using the technology have seen insurance premiums fall by up to 60%.
  • Encourages safer driving habits and aids the introduction of pay-as-you drive insurance policies.

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