Geotab Connect live blog: Day 2 (Updated)

Geotab Connect live blog: Day 2 (Updated)

It's time to get creative to boost fleet efficiency and productivity. We dive into Day 2 at Geotab Connect with that in mind.

From connected fleets getting smarter to smart cities, well, also getting smarter, Geotab Connect brims with head-spinning, mind-expanding fleet management possibilities. Today, it’s not about what the technology can do, it’s about what you can do with the technology. The capabilities are quickly nearing the point where they outpace your imagination. So it’s time to get creative to boost fleet efficiency and productivity. We dive into Day 2 at Geotab Connect with that in mind.

Let’s kick things off with:

Six Geotab executive interviews in about six minutes

You never know who you can bump into walking the halls of Geotab Connect. I snagged a minute of time with six executives and lobbed them a question. Click the story link below to watch their responses:

Take a walk around the Geotab Connect show floor

When he’s not overseeing the Geotab Marketplace, Louis De Jong, Geotab executive vice president, is working with its Marketplace partners. Here, he walks wayward trucking journalists around the Geotab Connect show floor to make sure we saw the biggest sights.

Video telematics is at a tipping point

That’s according to Adam McCarty, Lytx’s vice president of marketing and growth Initiatives. I had the chance to chat with Adam about the technology and what fleets should be looking for. Click the story below to read the on-site Q&A:

What is it going to take to make electric vehicles viable?

Matt Stevens, Geotab vice president, electric vehicles, talks about the challenges and opportunities surrounding electric vehicles and he made several product announcements. Listen to the presentation below and then click on the stories below for the full announcements.

Geotab, Eleos focus on customizable fleet management with new integration

Geotab, GM detail integrated telematics solution

Sherry Calkins, Geotab vice president of strategic partners, kicks off the GM integration announcement
The slides begin. Image quality isn’t great, but it’s a quick way to get it out. More details to come.

Heavy-duty truck integration announcements

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