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Electric vehicle tracking for EV fleets

Monitor the performance of your electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) through MyGeotab.

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Support for the largest set of EV models

We have your entire fleet covered with support for the largest set of EV makes and models available including medium and heavy-duty EVs and buses. Unlike conventional vehicles, EVs do not follow mandatory telematics data standards, making data access a challenge. Working directly with manufacturers, we have developed unique capabilities to access critical EV data, ensuring your EVs will have strong data support today, and in the future as you grow your EV fleet. Operate your EVs with confidence as there are no data gaps in your reporting and your performance questions are answered using the world’s largest EV dataset.

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Fuel and EV energy usage report on MyGeotab interface

Fuel and EV energy usage report

Review both fuel and EV energy usage. This helps answer questions such as the typical electric range and the performance of fleet EVs compared to fuel vehicles. This report provides insight into battery use — specifically, if it is being maximized and identifying if any of the PHEVs are running solely on gas.

EV charging report

A complete charging history of your EVs/PHEVs shows you when and where the vehicles are charging, the length of time the vehicles were charging at a specific location, and how much of a charge they received. Use this report to get deeper insights into why EVs are at their current percent charge.

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EV charge assurance dashboard in MyGeotab

EV Charge Assurance

EV Charge Assurance provides a comprehensive view into the charging status of all your fleet’s electric vehicles. Quickly see at a glance which EVs are ready and charged while also setting up custom notifications to proactively resolve charging issues.

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Map functionality

Includes real-time data on battery charge percentage and charging status. Real-time battery charge percentage helps you identify which EVs/PHEVs in your fleet have the most (or least) battery charge so you can dispatch the nearest vehicle with enough battery charge to get the job done. Real-time charging status provides a view of which vehicles are actively being charged at any given time.

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Built-in rules and custom notifications designed for successful EV management

  • Receive notifications when the battery of a vehicle reaches critical level while on the road and needs to be charged
  • Remind drivers when it’s time to plug in and prioritize charging order for fleet EVs based on lowest charge level
  • Identify when a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is running on fuel only and not optimizing its electric cost-savings potential
  • Establish ‘no-charge time’ rules to eliminate charging during peak electricity rate times and receive notifications when a vehicle is charging during that time
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Case study

Enterprise Fleet Management: Uncovering the potential of fleet electrification

A look at how the transition to EVs could save $33 million and 194,000 tons of CO2 emissions over 4 years.

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So you have added a few EVs into your fleet… Now what?

Here are some tips to ensure your EVs are managed effectively once you adopt EVs into your fleet.

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Commonly asked questions

An EV fleet contains vehicles that run partially or completely on electric battery power. EV fleets can include battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). Electric vehicles are a more sustainable option compared to internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEs).

For more information on EV fleet technology, download our eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Fleet Electrification.
Several automotive manufacturers are working to release electric truck options in the near future. Pre-orders are also available for certain makes and models.

That being said, there are several transit and last-mile delivery vehicles available. To learn more, read our white paper: Medium and heavy-duty electrification trends.
Fleet electrification refers to the transition of fleets from internal combustion engine vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs). Electrifying a fleet will reduce emissions and fuel costs while increasing operational efficiency. Electric vehicles also allow fleets to operate within government mandated low or zero emission zones.
An electric vehicle (EV) refers to any vehicle that is propelled in part or solely by an electric motor. A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is a type of EV which is propelled by both a fuel internal combustion engine (ICE) as well as an electric motor. It can be charged by plugging in but also has an internal combustion engine that runs on liquid fuel. This helps to either propel the vehicle or powers the battery as a generator. Fuel supplements the battery as a power source, effectively extending the range. Some PHEV models only use fuel when the battery is depleted.
There are several advantages to having an EV fleet. These include:
  • Regulatory compliance / emission reduction mandates
  • Total cost of ownership and improved operational ROI
  • Reduction of fuel use
  • Lower maintenance costs and increased reliability
  • Lower cost of electricity in comparison to fossil fuels
To learn more, download our eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Fleet Electrification.
EV performance reporting is important because it helps create a better picture of how an EV fleet operates. Reports can help track range, state of charge, battery levels, temperature, battery degradation and more.

To discover Geotab’s EV performance reporting options, visit the Electric Vehicle Marketplace page.
Geotab supports EV fleets by providing tools like the Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment (EVSA), which helps to guide fleets on how to electrify their current fleet based on their unique business case. We also offer extended electric vehicle make and model support. With multiple EV reporting options and real-time data on battery charge percentage and charging status, Geotab can help support your fleet’s EV needs.

To learn more, visit Geotab’s Electric Vehicle Tracking solutions page.

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