For those of you who have been following the Brasilian law mandating that vehicles must be equipped with tracking devices - the injunction barring the law has been reversed.
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Here is a nice material about how Resolution 245/2007 killed the prices for m2m modules in the whole world:
The Brazilian government has mandated new initiatives and many are questioning how it will impact the telematics industry for years to come.
"Unfortunately, since all of the automotive OEMs are global and every vendor seemed to know every other vendor’s pricing, the aggressive Brazilian prices ended up resetting prices in other markets and related segments (i.e. M2M projects using wireless modules and other components common to telematics devices)."
E ai gente, então agora ta no 1° de setembro a resolucão 245/07?
CONSELHO NACIONAL DE TRÂNSITO - DELIBERAÇÃO No- 96, DE 11 DE JUNHO DE 2010
Brazil resolution 245/07 for antitheft systems it's now 20% for September 1 for passenger cars, pickups, suv's and work vans, production for domestic market. December it's 50%. And after December 27, 100%. Slightly later for trucks and busses, and motos 5% in October and more in 2011.
Alguem sabe se o m2m foi fatorizado pela Anatel neses dados de crescimento? Ou, "Serviço Móvel Pessoal" é só telefone mesmo?
Com 2.945.406 de habilitações em maio (crescimento de 1,63% em relação a abril), o Brasil chega a 183.710.844 de acessos do Serviço Móvel Pessoal (SMP) e densidade de 95,26 acessos por 100 habitantes (crescimento de 1,56% sobre o mês anterior).
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