Geotab introduces A.I. co-pilot

Geotab introduces A.I. co-pilot

Geotab Ace will be available as part of the MyGeotab platform.

Geotab Ace, an artificial intelligence co-pilot designed for fleets, has been announced. Geotab Ace will be part of the MyGeotab platform, and according to the company, “enhances user experience by offering tailored insights through intuitive dialogue.”

In 2023, Geotab collaborated with customers on Project G, a beta generative A.l. project garnering real-time feedback and input on challenges and high-level value features. The company says this approach resulted in the integration of Geotab Ace.

Geotab says the direct integration enables fleets to significantly reduce the time taken to gain insights and access customized data reflections that are tailored to their specific needs.

Data that Geotab Ace will have access to includes predictive safety analytics, predictive maintenance, trip data, zone activity, electric vehicle statistics, exception events, GPS tracking, and more. Geotab says it can remember past interactions to improve future responses, and can provide personalized answers tailored to your business in the context of how your fleet has been configured in MyGeotab.

Geotab Ace is built on privacy-by-design principles and keeps all customer telematics data within Geotab’s environment, never shared with any Large Language Model (LLM), Geotab noted.

“The roadmap we have for Geotab Ace is a game-changer for fleet management, distilling access to insights on demand,” added Neil Cawse, CEO of Geotab. “It epitomizes our mission to simplify data analysis and unlock a world of trustworthy, insightful and actionable fleet intelligence.”

“By participating in the Project G beta, we were able to see the real value that generative Al tools can have for our customers. It’s not just about the data—it’s about how easily and effectively we can harness it. We are thrilled to see Geotab taking the next step in this innovation using customer feedback to deliver on an integrated generative AI product,” said Justin Streich, president and owner of Fleet Profit Center Inc.

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