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NOVI, MI – In the emerging telematics sector, auto makers are scrambling to be a leader in the field, but that’s not necessarily the best tack to take, says an industry leader. Thilo Koslowski, a vice president at technology research and advisory company Gartner, says when it comes to telematics, sometimes it’s better to be a follower. “You have to figure out how to do it cost-effectively to grow over time, but you don’t have to have ambitions to be a ...
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