Geotab Data Connector integrates AI predictive safety, benchmarking capabilities

Geotab Data Connector integrates AI predictive safety, benchmarking capabilities

Geotab has now incorporated advanced AI-powered predictive safety and benchmarking capabilities into GDC.

Geotab announced that it has now incorporated advanced AI-powered predictive safety and benchmarking capabilities into its Geotab Data Connector (GDC), which the company describes as integrating curated connected fleet data insights into business intelligence platforms to enable companies to better manage and measure fleet data for improved performance, such as vehicle health, utilization and fuel consumption.

What the new predictive safety and benchmarking capabilities add, the company says, is the ability to move from traditional fleet safety scores into forecasted probability of collision. Then, by comparing aggregated data across Geotab’s base of subscriptions, the safety benchmarking functionality provides a comparison of safety performance, allowing businesses to evaluate their performance against industry benchmarks, according to Geotab.

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