When Is a GO RUGGED Device Required?

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If your fleet has heavy equipment, yellow iron, farm machinery, powered trailers and assets, or you are installing telematics devices where they will be exposed to outdoor elements, you need GO RUGGED.

Drilling Rig Monitoring Tool

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Geotab Africa has introduced a drilling productivity tool. This revolutionary technology is designed to monitor the productivity and depth of drilling equipment by detecting the maximum depth it has reached, instantaneous penetration rate and average penetration rate.

Debunking the Top 10 Vehicle Tracking Myths

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The reasons for any misconceptions around GPS tracking or telematics are mostly due to a misunderstanding of the product.

Increase Fuel Efficiency with MyGeotab

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Fuel usage has become an integral feature that our customers are not only interested in, but rely on. Fuel remains one of the largest expenses for fleets.

The High Costs of Running a Fleet

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When using fleet management tools comprehensively, we can confidently say that if we are saving 30-40% of the running cost of the fleet, it truly is a return on investment.

What’s the Big Deal with Big Data and IoT?

Big data and IoT are transforming business, and some might even say it’s changing the world.

Exhibitor Interview Video from Geotab CONNECT 2018

Geotab Connect 2018

This year’s Geotab Connect program covered key industry topics and showcased the latest in technology.

Creating a Positive Culture for Fleets – Telematics Can Help

To avoid churn, it is imperative to create a positive culture and working environment for drivers.

6 Steps for Data Cleaning and Why it Matters

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Data cleaning, also called data cleansing, is the process of ensuring that your data is correct, consistent and usable

Causes of Aggressive Driving and How to Solve It

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By tracking parameters such as speeding, harsh cornering, and harsh acceleration — to name but a few — fleet managers can begin to detect some of the behaviors that can lead to safety and compliance issues.