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The purpose of this paper is to drawn an analysts review on Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) in the context of adoption telematics technology. Design/methodology/approach – Using ATLAS.ti 9 approach, this paper aims to do a systematics review on literature of seven years 2013 to 2020 on the TAM, SCT and studies involved in telematics. This is to find out the trend’s practices for both model theory and telematics. The use on link of auto coding feature in ATLAS.ti 9 in TAM and SCT may reflect the factors influence consumers in encouraging and discouraging the intention to adopt telematics technology. Findings – A thematic review of these 30 articles identified 20 initial codes characterizing TAM, SCT and Telematics. This concept has found out two interesting finding. Frist is about attitude which reflect TAM and SCT. Second is about human which reflect SCT and telematics. The analyze result presented the current trends on despite of TAM, SCT and telematics pattern and found in the connection relationship in practices. Originality/value – Many advanced technologies transform into the digital environment service using telematics device applications, but the review of adoption intention by consumers remains unknown and rarely reflected. This study will give insights based on data analysis to discover the possibility in regard to predict consumer perception reflection.
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