Most popular Geotab blog posts of 2015
Find out which posts had the most views and shares in 2015. List includes 2G migration, road speeds, and a blog post by CEO Neil Cawse.
Here is a compilation of the top ten Geotab blog posts of 2015, based on views and social shares. We send out a big thank you to the blog authors - our Geotab employees who work hard to bring you helpful tips and interesting news from the telematics industry. We hope you enjoy!
A fascinating look of the evolution of the Geotab GO device, starting with the original GO1 box in 1997.
Colin Sutherland, VP Sales and Marketing, shares his advice on strategic long-term planning with telematics data.
Everyone's talking about the 2G migration. Read about the 2G shutdown by cellular carriers and what fleet managers should do about their 2G devices.
From all the MyGeotab tutorials posted in 2015, this post on how to add zones and dispatch vehicles and routes was the most popular.
CEO Neil Cawse discusses how technology has changed telematics and what the future holds for fleet management.
This post outlines the three main types of data that can be used to identify dangerous driving, for managers seeking to enhance fleet and driver safety.
Human behaviour counts for over ninety percent of all accidents. Edward Kulperger, VP Europe, discusses the self-driving car and safety.
Interested in maintaining a healthy fleet? This is a helpful guide to identifying fleet vehicles which are not communicating so you can take corrective action.
An overview of the debate surrounding start-stop systems and the benefits of combining start-stop technology and telematics.
More tips from the experts — Learn how to to monitor your company’s performance with custom speeding rules and exception reporting.
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