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With over two decades of fleet management experience, Geotab has proven itself as an industry leader.
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Commonly asked questions
What does Geotab do?
Geotab is the world’s #1 commercial fleet telematics provider. We connect vehicles to the internet and provide web-based analytics to help organisations manage their fleets. Our solutions help improve business operations in six areas.
What fleet management solutions do Geotab offer?
Our solutions can help solve problems in many industries, from construction to food and beverage. Take a look at our full range of industry-specific solutions. We also work with many government and public sector fleets and offer smart city solutions to streamline traffic operations.
What are the benefits of choosing Geotab?
Geotab’s secure open-platform technology gives you complete visibility over your vehicles’ movements, engine health, fuel usage and more. With this critical business intelligence, you can make data-driven decisions to improve a wide range of business operations. You also get access to over 200 third-party Add-Ons from Geotab’s Marketplace.
Geotab puts data security first. For more information, visit our Security Center.
What industries does Geotab work with?
Is your industry not listed? Reach out for a chat and we’ll be happy to show you the vast capabilities of our solutions.
What is fleet tracking?
Fleet tracking is the ability to monitor and manage a fleet of vehicles using a tracking device and software. Geotab’s fleet telematics solution shows you much more than just vehicle location. Fleet managers and business owners can view data insights on vehicle health, speed, driver behaviour, fuel usage or electric vehicle state of charge and much more.
What is a fleet tracking system?
A fleet tracking system enables you to view detailed, real-time data on your vehicles. All of this fleet telematics data can be accessed remotely from a single platform.
To learn more about Geotab’s fleet management software, visit our MyGeotab fleet management software page.
What are the benefits of fleet telematics?
There are many benefits to using GPS tracking, including improving driver safety and customer service quality, streamlining vehicle maintenance and reducing downtime, strengthening fleet compliance and reducing the environmental impacts of the fleet operations.
Discover how companies are using fleet telematics to improve business operations on our success stories page.
What is fleet telematics?
Fleet telematics is a method of monitoring cars, trucks, heavy-duty equipment and other assets by using GPS technology and on-board diagnostics (OBD) to plot the asset’s movements on a computerised map. Also known as fleet tracking or GPS vehicle tracking, fleet telematics is now an essential management tool for any commercial and public sector fleet.
What is the purpose of fleet telematics?
Fleet telematics devices are designed to retrieve data generated by the vehicle, like GPS position, speed, engine light information,engine faults, fuel usage. MyGeotab retrieves additional data for electric vehicles on real-time charge levels, charging locations and durations, and battery state of health, enabling fleet managers to effectively manage their EV fleet and compare their performance directly against the conventionally fueled vehicles in the fleet. The fleet telematics device sends the data up to the cloud, and it is then available for viewing and analysis in a fleet management platform.
What are the advantages of using Geotab's Fleet Tracking Solutions?
With Geotab’s fleet tracking solution, receive insights that will lead your fleet into the future. With features such as accurate vehicle tracking and in-vehicle coaching, improve efficiency and maximise your fleet’s profit. To learn more about the advantages, visit the Vehicle Tracking Device page.
What is fleet management?
Fleet management refers to the wide range of tasks needed to organize and maintain a group of vehicles. Any business or organization that owns or leases vehicles must engage in fleet management. A good fleet manager aims to:
- Keep operations running efficiently
- Remain competitive in the marketplace
- Meet budget goals
Does Geotab Fleet Tracking Software use GPS?
The Geotab GO device is an industry leading, expandable fleet telematics device. With its ability to use GPS fleet tracking, vehicle locations can be viewed in near real-time along with a complete trip history. Our patented algorithms provide detailed and accurate information to help support your fleet.
What is the Geotab GO Vehicle Tracking Device?
The Geotab GO device is a small vehicle tracking device that plugs easily into a vehicle’s OBD II port, no antenna or wire-splicing required. Adapters are available for those without an OBD II port and no special tools or professional installers are needed. As soon as you begin to drive, the GO device starts recording rich data on vehicle location, speed, engine idling, distance and much more, with end-to-end security. The latest iteration features a 32-bit processor, more memory and a gyroscope.
What tasks does fleet management include?
The tasks involved in fleet management will vary depending on your organisation and business goals. Usually, this will include:
- Overseeing vehicle acquisition and sales
- Monitoring and managing fuel programs
- Scheduling maintenance
- Supporting corporate safety programs
- Tracking fleet metrics
- Managing compliance