Geotab Early Adopters Program for Ace AI open

Geotab Early Adopters Program for Ace AI open

The waitlist is now open to test out the generative AI assistant, which Geotab says gives unlocks faster time to fleet management insights.

Geotab announced the roll-out of its Early Adopters Program for Geotab Ace, the company’s new generative AI assistant. Geotab says the software gives customers faster time to insight in the next phase of Geotab’s AI-driven fleet management.

Following its unveiling earlier in the year, Geotab says Ace has seen further refinement, with Geotab’s team putting a strong emphasis on further enhancing response insights and introducing new capabilities, such as an understanding of advanced engine diagnostics.

“Navigating through the world of generative AI has been a learning-rich experience. As we continue evolving, our focus remains on building upon what we’ve learned to ensure that we continue offering trusted insights for our customers,” said Mike Branch, vice president of data and analytics at Geotab. “The early adopters program is just the beginning, and we are thrilled about the value Ace promises and are looking forward to observing the positive impact it will have on the industry.”


The company explains development of Ace was made possible through collaboration with Microsoft, using Microsoft Azure’s cloud infrastructure to create a reliable and forward-thinking product with Azure OpenAI Service.

“We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Geotab in the development of Geotab Ace. Our work together is driven by a shared commitment to innovation, with Geotab’s advanced fleet solutions contributing to safer, more sustainable, and efficient roadways,” Sylvia MacPherson, national unicorn leader for Microsoft Canada.

As collaborative efforts with Microsoft continue, Geotab says this program sets the stage for the improvement of fleet management practices and driving down time to insight—from performance and operations to safety and sustainability—through reliable, accessible data insights. The company adds that Ace’s data can allow it to offer predictive and benchmarking insights, making complex information manageable and insightful, which in turn facilitates the optimization of costs and overall fleet performance.

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