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OEM telematics platform

Unlock the potential of embedded telematics data from one unified platform.

Access to vehicle data without hardware costs

Geotab’s OEM Data Platform allows you to view and manage all of your vehicle and equipment data from one easy-to-use telematics dashboard, no matter the OEM or telematics device used.

Why choose OEM telematics?

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Cost advantage

No device hardware or installation costs.

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Easy remote, contactless activation and no hardware installation means no downtime.

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Access to rich, proprietary data

Access OEM-specific vehicle information from built-in, tamper-proof OEM hardware and sensors.

Geotab integrates with the leading OEMs

Learn more about our individual automotive partners by clicking on their icons below

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How does Geotab’s OEM Data Platform work?

1. Vehicles and assets collect data and upload it to an OEM cloud.
2. OEM data is transferred to Geotab’s highly secure OEM Data platform cloud.
3. Geotab standardizes the data to provide a seamless experience between all vehicle data.
4. Data is funneled into Geotab’s web-based fleet management software, integrating all vehicle data into a single platform for quicker, better-informed decisions for your business.

Simplify mixed fleet management

Geotab is rapidly expanding its list of integrated partners to provide fleets with different makes and models of vehicles and equipment with the solutions needed to oversee an entire fleet in one portal.

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To use Geotab's OEM data platform, you only have to do the following:

- Activate the OEM telematics service.
- Register the third-party devices in MyAdmin.
- Add the serial number and chassis number of each device in MyGeotab.

Once the devices have been added to MyGeotab, they can be used from the same user interface.
An integrated OEM telematics system includes factory-installed devices that are ready to collect and process telematics data from the vehicle. These integrated telematics systems do not require installation and can be integrated with cloud-based telematics systems such as MyGeotab to manage multiple vehicle brands through a single platform.
OEM telematics uses two components for data collection and management:

- The telematics hardware installed in the vehicle by the OEM.
- Software that collects and manages data from embedded telematics hardware in the cloud.

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Let us show you how simple it is to access rich OEM data.