JUNE 15, 2020
With most Manheim lots now open for clients to preview vehicles, dealers and transporters in more than a dozen locations are finding their vehicles faster and easier with the help of Lot Vision. Introduced last year, Lot Vision is a GPS-based wireless device that is placed in a vehicle’s on-board diagnostic port and reports its whereabouts on a Manheim lot within ten feet. Recently, the technology was enhanced to include vehicle tracking by VIN and work order number.
DECEMBER 20, 2019
Henderson, Nevada, has partnered with Cox Communications to pilot its smart technology in the city’s Water Street District Innovation Corridor.
The Internet of Things (IoT) business line of the telecommunications company will trial new water system control, lighting controls and parking and traffic management solutions.
JANUARY 25, 2019
Manheim’s physical sites span more than 6,500 acres. That makes it a challenge to find some units quickly. On average, each vehicle is moved five to six times as it passes through service areas such as reconditioning, inspections and sale-day staging. The company moved vehicles 40 million times in 2018 alone. A couple months ago, Cox Communications announced a new business line, Cox2M, focused on the Internet of Things and connected asset management.
MARCH 21, 2018
Cox Communications announced the launch of Cox2M, the company’s new connected asset services business line.
Via its core broadband telecom services, Cox connects more than six million people and businesses to the things they care about most. Cox2M unleashes even greater potential of a connected world by giving businesses and cities the data and tools they need to improve processes, resulting in operational efficiencies and better customer experiences.
MAY 16, 2018
A couple months ago, Cox Communications announced a new business line, Cox2M, focused on the Internet of Things and connected asset management. Cox2M is aimed at providing customers with the ability to monitor and track nearly any commercial asset including inventory, equipment, infrastructure, cars, or power lines. The move signaled the cable giant’s commitment to becoming a major player in the exploding market for IoT services.
JUNE 4, 2018
Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Cox Communications are making serious moves into the Internet of Things (IoT) as both have launched large-scale projects, which indicates a move into a new business services market for cable operators.