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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Dealing with Information Overload in Telematics (9 Strategies)

Here’s the problem: You have tons of data and you don’t know what to do with it. Dealing with information overload is a common concern for many managers. This article provides nine tips for coping and making the most of your telematics data. Do You Have Data Overload? Also called “drinking from the fire hose,”

Validating Data on the Geotab GO Device

As part of the regular operation of Geotab’s GO device, it has to handle a vast amount of different input information from an array of different sources. Different engine computers and third-party Add-Ons that interface with the device all supply a steady stream of data that needs processing. However, the vast majority of data sampled

10 Ways to Cut Your Fuel Costs

When it comes to fuel spending, there are several things that can be done to help cut your fuel costs and save money. The main two areas that it comes down to is either improving the fuel economy of already existing vehicles or acquiring new vehicles with better mpg. While upgrading a whole fleet isn’t

Gearing Up for GDPR Compliance

It is estimated that at least 23 million connected vehicles are on the road today and that by 2020 the number of connected vehicles will grow to 381 million globally. The internet of things (IoT) is changing the way many businesses function, including how vehicle fleets are managed. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation

The 3 Simple Steps to Making a Smart Technology Investment

When considering a technology investment for your business, it’s important to analyze the potential benefits of the project. Two types of benefits should be considered in the decision-making process: tangible and intangible benefits. In this article, we provide some information to help you make the right technology decision. Tangible and Intangible Benefits: Definitions Tangible benefits

Uber Driver Tracking and Telematics

The ride-sharing service Uber has always focused on riding the cutting edge of technology to stay ahead of its incumbent predecessors and competition. Uber driver tracking GPS on drivers’ phones is proof of the value of measuring driver performance for businesses. See Also: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Mobility Industry How Uber is

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