First published in 1895, Automotive Industries is devoted to providing a global coverage on all aspects of the automobile marketplace, with an emphasis on the people, products and processes that shape the industry. Automotive Industries provides more than 18,000 manufacturers and suppliers with in-depth news, information, insight and analysis on the global events that affect the auto industry.
Berg Insight is a dedicated M2M/IoT market research firm based in Sweden. Company has been specialising in all major M2M/IoT verticals such as fleet management, car telematics, smart metering, smart homes, mHealth and industrial M2M since 2004. Company vision is to be the most valuable source of intelligence for our customers. Berg Insight offers numerous market reports, detailed market forecast databases and advisory services. In addition to M2M/IoT, company is also active within Location-Based Services, mobile Value-Added Services and Next Generation Technologies. Berg Insight has provided analytical services to 750 clients in 69 countries on six continents to date. Customers range from many of the world’s largest mobile operators, IT companies and telecom vendors, to venture capitalists, technology start-ups and specialist consultants.
InfoReview is a bilingual magazine (English+) for business communications, editorially supported by EEIG – European Economic Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Industry from Brussels and SEFICT - Southeast Europe Forum ICT. From once a local computer magazine, with 20 years of experience, InfoReview has become a highly respected international business magazine, with rich content and luxury print we have won 20,000 readers in selected European business world and SEE regions. InfoReview is a media partner or sponsor to various economic forums around the world, as well as hundreds of specialized regional and international exhibitions, seminars and business events.
Mobility keeps you up to speed on all the news and events in Europe’s collective transport industry. Developments in legislation, regulations and standards, the economic situation, advanced technologies, innovative solutions, new trends and current issues. Mobility delivers the information in the form of technical articles and with interviews with key players in the field.
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