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Push Technology releases Diffusion 6.0

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Push Technology, the real-time delta data streaming and messaging provider, announced the release of Diffusion™ 6.0 – Push Technology’s patented, bi-directional, delta-data streaming and messaging platform which is available on-premise, in-the-cloud, or in hybrid configurations.

Speed, resiliency, and ease of scalability are the fundamental requirements for Mobile and IoT application development. Challenges created by unreliable and congested networks stand in the way of meeting these requirements. Diffusion 6.0 is an out-of-the-box, Enterprise-grade, solution that easily integrates with new and existing application architectures – providing a flexible, reactive, and efficient data layer to solve the challenge of business application data management.

Sean Bowen, CEO of Push Technology, explains: “With our latest release we are delivering an Enterprise-grade, data streaming and messaging solution which is simple to deploy and provides customers with the flexibility to start small and add functionality as their requirements expand. Developers no longer need to spend time building real-time data management for their applications because everything they need is available in Diffusion 6.0.

We have also focused on enhancing and automating the scalability of Diffusion to fuel application growth. Many organisations attempt to address scalability using traditional techniques and solutions which weren’t purpose-built for mobile and IoT applications. These technologies can be cumbersome to integrate and do not reliably scale. We offer a single solution that does it all.”

The new Diffusion release includes two add-on modules plus enhanced features to further offload development team tasks with out-of-the-box functionality.

Sean Bowen

The Scale & Availability Pack and the Auto-Scale Pack are designed to allow application developers to select enhanced Diffusion functionality specific to their application use case(s) requirements, as they scale and grow. The Scale & Availability Pack offers functionality including clustering, fan-out, and persistence – focused on addressing the challenges of resilience, application Service Level Agreements (SLAs), and bandwidth constraints.

The Auto-Scale Pack integrates Kubernetes and Prometheus to facilitate fast, simple, application deployment which enables Diffusion applications to be conveniently “containerised,” and easily managed, monitored and scaled.

Diffusion’s new out-of-the-box functionality also simplifies and speeds the development process with:

Time series data. Time series are ordered series of events. Effective management of time series data is useful for tracking account history, managing inventory or logistics, and for collaborative applications, e.g. chat.
Persistence. Data persistence preserves the state of data when a server is closed and then restarted. It is particularly useful for maintenance, update, or an unplanned outage. Persistence eliminates the need for the server to reload the data model when it starts.
Typed request-response messaging. Diffusion now allows applications to send request messages or data to a client, a set of clients, or a message path and the recipient of the information can respond directly to the request. Diffusion takes care of data conversion, allowing applications to pass instances of the data type directly to and from the API. Importantly, this allows customers to co-ordinate messages sent with messages received enabling proper transactional interactions.
Support of new data types. Diffusion now supports int64, string, and double. This new support enables developers to efficiently build applications without the […]

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Push Technology releases Diffusion 6.0

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Push Technology, the real-time delta data streaming and messaging provider, announced the release of Diffusion™ 6.0 – Push Technology’s patented, bi-directional, delta-data streaming and messaging platform which is available on-premise, in-the-cloud, or in hybrid configurations.

Speed, resiliency, and ease of scalability are the fundamental requirements for Mobile and IoT application development. Challenges created by unreliable and congested networks stand in the way of meeting these requirements. Diffusion 6.0 is an out-of-the-box, Enterprise-grade, solution that easily integrates with new and existing application architectures – providing a flexible, reactive, and efficient data layer to solve the challenge of business application data management.

Sean Bowen, CEO of Push Technology, explains: “With our latest release we are delivering an Enterprise-grade, data streaming and messaging solution which is simple to deploy and provides customers with the flexibility to start small and add functionality as their requirements expand. Developers no longer need to spend time building real-time data management for their applications because everything they need is available in Diffusion 6.0.

We have also focused on enhancing and automating the scalability of Diffusion to fuel application growth. Many organisations attempt to address scalability using traditional techniques and solutions which weren’t purpose-built for mobile and IoT applications. These technologies can be cumbersome to integrate and do not reliably scale. We offer a single solution that does it all.”

The new Diffusion release includes two add-on modules plus enhanced features to further offload development team tasks with out-of-the-box functionality.

Sean Bowen

The Scale & Availability Pack and the Auto-Scale Pack are designed to allow application developers to select enhanced Diffusion functionality specific to their application use case(s) requirements, as they scale and grow. The Scale & Availability Pack offers functionality including clustering, fan-out, and persistence – focused on addressing the challenges of resilience, application Service Level Agreements (SLAs), and bandwidth constraints.

The Auto-Scale Pack integrates Kubernetes and Prometheus to facilitate fast, simple, application deployment which enables Diffusion applications to be conveniently “containerised,” and easily managed, monitored and scaled.

Diffusion’s new out-of-the-box functionality also simplifies and speeds the development process with:

Time series data. Time series are ordered series of events. Effective management of time series data is useful for tracking account history, managing inventory or logistics, and for collaborative applications, e.g. chat.
Persistence. Data persistence preserves the state of data when a server is closed and then restarted. It is particularly useful for maintenance, update, or an unplanned outage. Persistence eliminates the need for the server to reload the data model when it starts.
Typed request-response messaging. Diffusion now allows applications to send request messages or data to a client, a set of clients, or a message path and the recipient of the information can respond directly to the request. Diffusion takes care of data conversion, allowing applications to pass instances of the data type directly to and from the API. Importantly, this allows customers to co-ordinate messages sent with messages received enabling proper transactional interactions.
Support of new data types. Diffusion now supports int64, string, and double. This new support enables developers to efficiently build applications without the […]

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Automotive telematics systems revenues to reach $6.7 billion globally in 2023, nearly tripled from 2016, says IHS Markit

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Global revenue from automotive telematics systems will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 17% to more than $6.7 billion by the end of 2023, according to new research from business information provider IHS Markit.

These automotive telematics forecasts from IHS Markit are driven by continued innovation in vehicle connectivity and safety technologies, and demonstrate a wide variety of viewpoints from consumers across leading global markets. The data represents production of factory-installed telematics systems, including embedded, consumer electronics (CE) and hybrid telematics.

The IHS Markit research estimates that more than 33 million light vehicles equipped with some form of telematics were produced in 2016 globally. It is expected that production of such light vehicles will grow at a CAGR of 11% to reach over 66 million units in 2023. Approximately 70% of new light vehicles produced in 2023 will be equipped with some form of OEM telematics systems.

CE telematics continue to lead the global automotive telematics market since it is a relatively low-cost solution and available in a wide range of vehicles. It currently makes up nearly half of the market, the new research says. The rapid growth of the smartphone market has had a significant impact on the telematics market, as many OEMs currently offer smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto or other smartphone projection-mode solutions as part of their connected car offerings.

Meanwhile, embedded telematics solutions are often used for safety and security features of telematics services such as emergency calling, roadside assistance, stolen vehicle tracking, over-the-air updates and more. The demand of embedded telematics control units (TCUs) will increase, especially with the European eCall mandate that goes into effect in 2018. Then, the total revenue of embedded TCUs is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% by 2023, IHS Markit says.

Anna Buettner

Hybrid telematics solutions, using both an embedded TCU and a connected CE device to provide a two-way data connection to the car, will have the strongest growth among the three type of telematics systems during the forecast period, according to IHS Markit forecasts. The production of hybrid telematics systems will surpass the production of other types of telematics systems in 2018. It will continue to lead the market throughout the forecast period.

“A large portion of vehicles already feature multiple connections especially in the luxury segment,” said Anna Buettner, manager for automotive infotainment at IHS Markit. “This trend is expected to spread to other lower segments during the next few years, as strong market demand will bring connectivity to vehicles and regions that traditionally lagged behind.”

While telematics has existed in the automotive industry for more than 20 years, growth is still expected for the next decade, whether due to mandates or the consumers’ desire to be connected even while driving. Telematics systems based on wireless communications have benefited consumers and OEMs, by saving lives and managing recalls, to name only a few, and will be increasingly important in all regions.

“OEMs need to ensure that these offering are affordable for consumers and easy to […]

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Automotive telematics systems revenues to reach $6.7 billion globally in 2023, nearly tripled from 2016, says IHS Markit

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Global revenue from automotive telematics systems will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 17% to more than $6.7 billion by the end of 2023, according to new research from business information provider IHS Markit.

These automotive telematics forecasts from IHS Markit are driven by continued innovation in vehicle connectivity and safety technologies, and demonstrate a wide variety of viewpoints from consumers across leading global markets. The data represents production of factory-installed telematics systems, including embedded, consumer electronics (CE) and hybrid telematics.

The IHS Markit research estimates that more than 33 million light vehicles equipped with some form of telematics were produced in 2016 globally. It is expected that production of such light vehicles will grow at a CAGR of 11% to reach over 66 million units in 2023. Approximately 70% of new light vehicles produced in 2023 will be equipped with some form of OEM telematics systems.

CE telematics continue to lead the global automotive telematics market since it is a relatively low-cost solution and available in a wide range of vehicles. It currently makes up nearly half of the market, the new research says. The rapid growth of the smartphone market has had a significant impact on the telematics market, as many OEMs currently offer smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto or other smartphone projection-mode solutions as part of their connected car offerings.

Meanwhile, embedded telematics solutions are often used for safety and security features of telematics services such as emergency calling, roadside assistance, stolen vehicle tracking, over-the-air updates and more. The demand of embedded telematics control units (TCUs) will increase, especially with the European eCall mandate that goes into effect in 2018. Then, the total revenue of embedded TCUs is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% by 2023, IHS Markit says.

Anna Buettner

Hybrid telematics solutions, using both an embedded TCU and a connected CE device to provide a two-way data connection to the car, will have the strongest growth among the three type of telematics systems during the forecast period, according to IHS Markit forecasts. The production of hybrid telematics systems will surpass the production of other types of telematics systems in 2018. It will continue to lead the market throughout the forecast period.

“A large portion of vehicles already feature multiple connections especially in the luxury segment,” said Anna Buettner, manager for automotive infotainment at IHS Markit. “This trend is expected to spread to other lower segments during the next few years, as strong market demand will bring connectivity to vehicles and regions that traditionally lagged behind.”

While telematics has existed in the automotive industry for more than 20 years, growth is still expected for the next decade, whether due to mandates or the consumers’ desire to be connected even while driving. Telematics systems based on wireless communications have benefited consumers and OEMs, by saving lives and managing recalls, to name only a few, and will be increasingly important in all regions.

“OEMs need to ensure that these offering are affordable for consumers and easy to […]

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Global smart home market worth US$6bn by end of 2017 and rising fast, says Futuresource Consulting

By Sheetal Kumbhar

Smart home devices are shaking off their novelty image and moving mainstream to become one of the fastest growing consumer electronics categories of 2017. That’s according to a new smart home report from Futuresource Consulting, which reveals that the devices will achieve a retail value of $6 billion (€5.11 billion) worldwide this year, with revenues expected to triple by 2021.

“The smart home has arrived and its impact is indisputable,” says Filipe Oliveira, a market analyst at Futuresource Consulting. “Smart home devices help with daily tasks, improve security and generate savings in energy bills through heating and lighting control. With high profile brands like Samsung, Apple and Philips getting in on the action, consumers are becoming attuned to the benefits, excited by the possibilities and are beginning to flex their purchasing muscle.”

Alexa and the Google Assistant, embedded in a range of devices, are making inroads into smart home control, with Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana currently lagging behind in the smart home. However, the success of smart speakers and the intuitive nature of voice is not toppling the ever-present nature of smartphones, which are still the go-to interface for controlling smart home devices.

“Consumers carry their smartphones everywhere they go, even when moving from room to room around the home,” says Oliveira. “Smartphones currently have the edge on smart speakers, because these devices allow face recognition and gesture commands to play a role alongside voice commands. Voice may not be needed at all in many smart home situations; when the user is away from a microphone, when there is background noise or when multiple people are talking in the same room, for example.”

Watch this space for combined voice and sensor control embedded into your smart refrigerator, wall art, mirrors, set-top boxes and TVs, any of which could become the means by which users give commands to their smart home.

There are currently four main smart home categories, namely hubs and control devices, security and monitoring, climate control and lighting systems.

“Security and monitoring products are leading the smart home charge. With the highest penetration rates and the largest value and volume at retail, this category is one of the main drivers of growth,” says Oliveira.

“In terms of market development, we’re seeing a surge in lighting, which is picking up speed faster than all other categories in retail and through the custom installer channel. Although we expect a general decline in unit prices, the lighting category will reinvent itself, with the emergence of products that combine lighting with other functions such as speakers and cameras, adding both value and appeal to the category.”

An increasing consumer appetite for all things smart home is giving rise to a range of other smart home devices beyond the four main categories. This includes an assortment of devices from smart mirrors to smart fragrance diffusers, but also basic smart home items such as connected sockets.

At present, North America represents over 60% of global smart home shipments and will continue to take the lion’s share out to 2021 and beyond. In […]

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Global smart home market worth US$6bn by end of 2017 and rising fast, says Futuresource Consulting

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Smart home devices are shaking off their novelty image and moving mainstream to become one of the fastest growing consumer electronics categories of 2017. That’s according to a new smart home report from Futuresource Consulting, which reveals that the devices will achieve a retail value of $6 billion (€5.11 billion) worldwide this year, with revenues expected to triple by 2021.

“The smart home has arrived and its impact is indisputable,” says Filipe Oliveira, a market analyst at Futuresource Consulting. “Smart home devices help with daily tasks, improve security and generate savings in energy bills through heating and lighting control. With high profile brands like Samsung, Apple and Philips getting in on the action, consumers are becoming attuned to the benefits, excited by the possibilities and are beginning to flex their purchasing muscle.”

Alexa and the Google Assistant, embedded in a range of devices, are making inroads into smart home control, with Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana currently lagging behind in the smart home. However, the success of smart speakers and the intuitive nature of voice is not toppling the ever-present nature of smartphones, which are still the go-to interface for controlling smart home devices.

“Consumers carry their smartphones everywhere they go, even when moving from room to room around the home,” says Oliveira. “Smartphones currently have the edge on smart speakers, because these devices allow face recognition and gesture commands to play a role alongside voice commands. Voice may not be needed at all in many smart home situations; when the user is away from a microphone, when there is background noise or when multiple people are talking in the same room, for example.”

Watch this space for combined voice and sensor control embedded into your smart refrigerator, wall art, mirrors, set-top boxes and TVs, any of which could become the means by which users give commands to their smart home.

There are currently four main smart home categories, namely hubs and control devices, security and monitoring, climate control and lighting systems.

“Security and monitoring products are leading the smart home charge. With the highest penetration rates and the largest value and volume at retail, this category is one of the main drivers of growth,” says Oliveira.

“In terms of market development, we’re seeing a surge in lighting, which is picking up speed faster than all other categories in retail and through the custom installer channel. Although we expect a general decline in unit prices, the lighting category will reinvent itself, with the emergence of products that combine lighting with other functions such as speakers and cameras, adding both value and appeal to the category.”

An increasing consumer appetite for all things smart home is giving rise to a range of other smart home devices beyond the four main categories. This includes an assortment of devices from smart mirrors to smart fragrance diffusers, but also basic smart home items such as connected sockets.

At present, North America represents over 60% of global smart home shipments and will continue to take the lion’s share out to 2021 and beyond. In […]

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Samsung HMD Odyssey the ultimate windows mixed reality experience

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., in partnership with Microsoft, announced the Samsung HMD Odyssey – the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality (MR) headset in the market. The quick and easy to set up Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers a premium virtual reality experience, with superior picture quality and the highest resolution display taking consumers to entirely new virtual limits.

“The Samsung HMD Odyssey is a high performing headset designed to provide the most immersive Windows Mixed Reality experience,” said YG Choi, senior vice president of PC Business Team, Samsung Electronics. “With the widest field of view, built-in spatial sound and easy setup, the Samsung HMD Odyssey transports consumers to incredible virtual reality experiences.”

Lifelike experiences

With dual 3.5-inch AMOLED displays, the Samsung HMD Odyssey delivers vibrant colours, and deeper blacks, providing crisper, more lifelike images. The 110-degree field of view allows users to discover paramount virtual experiences around them. With built-in premium AKG headphones, users are even more immersed in the experience with 360 degree spatial sound.

Incredibly easy start

The Windows Mixed Reality experience with the Samsung HMD Odyssey has been designed to give users the very best experience right out of the box. Unlike typical head-mounted displays, you do not need to install any extra motion sensors – simply connect to your PC and get started. With inside-out position tracking, users are not restricted to a limited space during their virtual reality experience.

For a more immersive experience, Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with a Six Degrees of Freedom (6 DOF) sensor allowing for intuitive and natural movements. With an adjustable control wheel, the Samsung HMD Odyssey is designed to provide a comfortable and snug fit.

Alex Kipman, technical fellow at Microsoft said, “We’re excited to welcome the Samsung HMD Odyssey to the Windows Mixed Reality family of devices. This is an incredible product and another important step for the mixed reality journey we are on at Microsoft. With the Samsung HMD Odyssey, the team at Samsung has developed a Windows Mixed Reality headset that will delight our fans looking to immerse themselves in the world of mixed reality this holiday.”

The Samsung HMD Odyssey comes with integrated AKG headphones and array mics for voice commands, as well as two motion controllers. The Samsung HMD Odyssey will be available later this year in the US, China, Korea, Brazil and Hong Kong.

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MapR-DB Gets Secondary Indexes to Drive Operational Analytics

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By Alex Woodie

The ever-shrinking window of opportunity to act upon fresh data arriving from the world is forcing application developers to get more creative in how they analyze that data. Right there with them is MapR, which today at the Strata Data Conference unveiled a new release of its MapR-DB database that gives developers more powerful capabilities for operational analytics, including native support for secondary indexes.

MapR-DB is the NoSQL-like database that’s built into MapR‘s converged platform. While a Hadoop distribution that uses a modified version of HDFS, which it now calls MapR-XD, brings analytics for huge amounts of unstructured data, and a Kafka-compatible product called MapR-Streams supports stream processing, MapR-DB serves as the suite’s operational data store for serving live data to users and applications.

With today’s launch of MapR-DB 6.0, the San Jose, California-based company has introduced a range of new features geared at making it easier for application developers to build real-time analytic capabilities directly into that operational data store.

The biggest new feature arguably is support for native secondary indexes in MapR-DB. The database had no formal mechanism for creating these indexes before, and as a result, developers had to resort to indexing data on external systems to find the piece of information they needed or – even worse – running full table scans.

Secondary indexes will be essential for adding analytics to a range of operational systems, including customer-360 types of application with acceptable performance, says MapR Senior Director of Product Management Neeraja Rentachintala.

MapR-DB architecture

“That customer information needs to be queried across probably 200 or 300 dimensions of the customer,” she says. “It could be based on the phone number or it could be based on the state, or on the interest of the customer. There are so many dimensions the data needs to be queries by different applications, and you need the flexibility.”

Relying on indexes running on external systems can lead to all sorts of trouble, particularly if the indexes don’t’ fit on a single node of the cluster and have to be sharded. And trying to use table scans to power customer queries in a customer 360 application may not work at all. “You don’t want to use full table scans for those queries,” she says. “This becomes more critical if the database is 2 or 5PB in size. That’s practically impossible to do with table scans. You have to get to the data you’re looking for quickly and efficiently.”

MapR has also integrated Apache Drill into its secondary indexes to help drive self-service business intelligence use cases. “So now Drill will use the powerful cross-built query optimization to retrieve the right amount of data,” Rentachintala says. “And if the data is millions and millions of rows, it can use distributed execution.”

The company has also upgraded its core API used for accessing JSON data stored in MapR-DB, called OJAI. With the OJAI 2.0 API, the company added support for the secondary indexes, as well as added more sorting and filtering capabilities to enable queries to return the right piece of data.

The OJAI enhancements will simplify life for the developer seeking to use real-time analytics to drive more interactivity into an application, Rentachintala says. “Say I’m trying to pick a customer within this particular region and these different characteristics who’s interacted with my systems in last three days,” she says. “Once I have the filters set up, we have the ability to leverage indexes” to find those users programmatically.

MapR has also improved integration between Spark and Hive into the MapR-DB database, enabling more powerful SQL and machine learning analytics to be run against the data. “We have high-performance database access, reading and writing from Spark and Hive with respect to being able to process batch and real -time analytics,” Rentachintala says. “There is lots of optimization to ensure that processing is fast and efficient.”

It’s all about squeezing insights out of data faster and faster, says Jack Norris, MapR’s senior vice president of data and applications.

“There’s a really broad set of use cases. Maybe I want to do a better job of customizing and personalizing the user experience as Web page is loading…It can be used for security or anomaly detection or can be used for sifting through log files and determining the right responses. Or it can be an IoT use case,” he says. “

“Most of the thought process on those is, ‘Oh that must be something that’s done after the fact. There’s a business analyst that’s driving this. They’re getting some sort of insight, then there’s a human-driven action that takes place at some later date.’ Increasingly we’re seeing this is more of an automated, application centric type of operation to drive this digital transformation if you will.”

Norris says the enhancements puts MapR-DB into a class of its own with respect to enabling fast reads as well as fast writes within the same database.

“There are NoSQL databases that have focused on how to handle write-intensive that are more on transactional side, and there are those NoSQL databases that are optimized for read-intensive and are more on the application side, but there’s nothing out there that can effectively do both,” he says. “What we’re saying is the breakthrough here is handling these mixed workloads that are employed when you’re doing these operations and analytics

“It’s really going to help organizations be much more efficient and agile and really take a lot of the debate out of the process for the developer in terms of which one should I use? How much is this going to scale?” he continues. “Because if it’s not going to scale, maybe I’ll use MongoDB. But if it needs to scale, then I needs to use something else. Am I eventually going to put analytics in this after I do my first version and make this more intelligent? There’s a whole bunch of forks in the road, decision trees, that are bolt into this development process that we can cut through and simplify and eliminate.”

The new MapR-DB 6.0 is slated to ship during the fourth quarter.

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Daimler has new electric trucks and a buyer for them: The United Parcel Service

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On Thursday, Daimler announced that it would bring its line of short-haul electric trucks to the US. The United Parcel Service (UPS) will buy the first three trucks, and Daimler is also offering eight trucks to New York City-based non-profits, including the Wildlife Conservation Society, the New York Botanical Garden, Habitat for Humanity New York City, and Big Reuse Brooklyn.

The company highlighted that the trucks had reduced noise and emissions, which made them well-suited to making trips in urban areas.

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Daimler has new electric trucks and a buyer for them: The United Parcel Service

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On Thursday, Daimler announced that it would bring its line of short-haul electric trucks to the US. The United Parcel Service (UPS) will buy the first three trucks, and Daimler is also offering eight trucks to New York City-based non-profits, including the Wildlife Conservation Society, the New York Botanical Garden, Habitat for Humanity New York City, and Big Reuse Brooklyn.

The company highlighted that the trucks had reduced noise and emissions, which made them well-suited to making trips in urban areas.

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