Big data and IoT are transforming business, and some might even say it’s changing the world.
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.
Telematics makes for a great business tool by being able to identify single safety events, such as a driver speeding or not wearing a seat belt. All this helps fleets to train and work with drivers on reducing safety risks.
Geotab’s Open Platform Fleet Management Solution has integrated with the Mobileye Advanced Driver System
to bring driving schools and their learners a safer, more comprehensive learning experience.
For fleets, understanding this psychology is part of the responsibility that comes with fleet safety management. That’s because the decisions drivers make behind the wheel can reveal a great deal about who the driver is as an individual. More plainly, the decisions drivers make also compile their driving records, and therefore, level of risk.
Maximize the richness of telematics data by effortlessly tapping into the vehicle's data bus, and simultaneously optimizing installation time, by choosing the right harness for your GO device.
Driver behaviour and its management can have a great impact on the activity of your fleet, but most of all, the total cost of ownership (TCO).
GO TALK is a driver awareness tool that transforms the way driver coaching happens behind the wheel by providing real-time verbal feedback to the driver, increasing safety and minimizing risk.
Concern over the cybersecurity of connected cars has been dominating the news. As everything around us becomes more connected, it’s only natural to ask questions about security. This extends to the connected devices and gear in our cars and trucks. How do…
It was recently reported that the “total accident rate for commercial fleets averages 20 percent ”, and GEOTAB Africa believes that the accident rate in Africa is even higher than this statistic. These are high numbers that has massive socio-economic implications…
According to the International Transport Forum, in 2014 there were over one million traffic related fatalities. “Inappropriate behaviour of road users, such as excessive and inappropriate speed, remain important contributory factors in fatal crashes and for injuries.” Reducing dangerous driving…