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Thomas Hallauer

Thomas Hallauer

Thomas Hallauer has gained 15 years of operational marketing experience in the domain of telematics and location-based services. He is an expert in new products and services notably in the automotive, motor insurance, navigation and positioning industries.

Having organized more than 25 international conferences and being a frequent blogger of telematics news, he has built a large network of relationships in the global telematics landscape.

Hallauer is the lead author of the ETC Global Study, the most thorough review of the electronic toll collection and road charging market published in May 2015.

Hallauer researched and co-wrote the UBI Global Study, the reference document for the telematics insurance market published in October 2013 and December 2016. He is also the co-author of the European Location Study, the most comprehensive report on the location business and technologies published in May 2010.

Previously, Hallauer was working for Mobile Devices, one of the global providers of telematics technology platforms. He built a marketing strategy to promote the rebranding of their offering, launched new products and services and drove inbound marketing and sales.
Previous to that, he was the head of Telematics Update. He researched, wrote, published, marketed, set up and then chaired 25 successful conference and exhibition globally

Recent Articles by Thomas Hallauer

Telematics: Moving Out of the Dark Ages?

While the number of usage-based insurance (UBI) policies reached 14 million at the end of September 2016, most insurance companies are still overwhelmed by the challenge of using collected data to rate their customers’ driving habits. This conclusion is based on analyzing the world’s 27 largest UBI programs, including those of Admiral, Allianz, Allstate, AXA, […]

Autonomous Car Tech Reaches Mid-Market

As part of the 2016 edition of the Usage Based Insurance study, we analyzed the impact of autonomy on the insurance market. We forecast that 380 million semi-, highly or fully autonomous vehicles will be on the road by 2030. This might sound like a lot, but then at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las […]

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