Geotab, Daimler Truck North America partner on new integrated telematics offering

Geotab, Daimler Truck North America partner on new integrated telematics offering

The integration makes all data from various OEMs and Geotab's GO devices available in one platform.

Geotab and Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) have announced a new partnership, integrating direct truck data from Freightliner trucks via DTNA’s data-as-a-service (DaaS) technology, and Geotab’s fleet management platform, MyGeotab. The companies say this solution is aimed at collecting and transforming data from multiple sources into actionable insights.

Mixed-fleet management is the primary application for this service, making all data from various OEMs and Geotab’s GO devices available in one platform. This solution is activated remotely, requires no additional hardware and facilitates access to enterprise-grade vehicle data, and can be customized through the Geotab Marketplace’s hardware and software offerings, the company noted.

“We are excited to welcome Geotab to our growing data-as-a-service (DaaS) ecosystem. By powering Geotab’s platform with high-fidelity data from DTNA’s factory-installed telematics device and innovative DaaS technology, our customers will benefit from an enterprise quality integrated system that delivers comprehensive data-driven insights,” said Anil Khanna, director of connected products at DTNA. “Through the DaaS innovation, DTNA is enabling new connectivity-led solutions for the end benefit of our customers. The integration of DTNA’s DaaS technology with Geotab’s platform is a notable step in maximizing convenience while unlocking value for our fleets.”

“In today’s rapidly evolving fleet management landscape, the need for high-quality, accessible data insights has become paramount for streamlined, efficient, and adaptive operations. Our alliance with DTNA marks a significant stride forward in simplifying the complex data-driven, decision-making process that modern fleet operations demand,” said Scott Sutarik, vice president of enterprise solutions at Geotab.

“Bringing together the capabilities of DTNA’s factory-installed telematics with Geotab’s robust platform, we are not only facilitating seamless data integration but also fostering a relationship that will help catalyze the global movement towards intelligent, efficient and sustainable fleet solutions,” Sutarik continued. “Together, we are paving the way for a future where technology and convenience can coexist.”

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