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Yearly Archives: 2016

Top 10 Geotab Blog Posts from 2016

Looking back, 2016 was a year of change and growth. The business landscape is being transformed by advancing technology, new regulations, and business practices. Companies that can capture and make the most of their data will have the competitive edge going forward. We explored this theme and many more on our blog this year. To

Who Owns Vehicle Data?

Modern vehicles are essentially computers on wheels. Everyone has heard some variation of this statement by now. However, not everyone fully appreciates how true it is. There is very nearly nothing a new vehicle does that isn’t controlled, monitored, or logged by a computer somewhere inside it. Every time a computer sends a control signal

IFTA Reporting and the ELD Mandate

As three million drivers will be impacted by the upcoming ELD mandate, many have been motivated to make better use of telematics systems for managing their fleet. This was on many people’s minds at the 2016 Annual IFTA / IRP Audit Workshop, where the focus was the future of IFTA reporting. IFTA is the International

Geotab to Live Webcast GEOTAB CONNECT 2017

Geotab has just announced it will live webcast the keynotes and training sessions from GEOTAB CONNECT 2017. Two full days of programming will be available for viewing online. The webcast begins at 9:00 AM PST on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 and continues again on Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Watch the keynote address of Neil Cawse,

Webhooks Tutorial for MyGeotab

This webhooks tutorial takes you through the steps for creating a simple integration in MyGeotab. Most cloud applications support webhooks — a standard method of sending and receiving event-based notifications. Webhooks are changing the way that business automates workflows. Webhooks Explained Basically, webhooks are “user-defined HTTP callbacks.” You can create a webhook to deliver a

Top 10 How-To Articles for MyGeotab Fleet Software

We’ve compiled a list of our most-read fleet software how-to articles from the Geotab blog. The topics range from transferring telematics devices to using the Geotab data feed. Our Quick Guide to Accident Reconstruction is especially helpful for finding out what happened when an accident occurs. If you have an idea for a how-to post

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