Geotab introduces new fleet safety tools

Geotab introduces new fleet safety tools

Geotab Safety Center and Enhanced Collision Detection are among the new offerings for 2024.

Geotab recently announced a series of new safety tools for fleets. Geotab Safety Center, available in the MyGeotab platform, is one of these new tools. Fleet and safety managers can use this tool to uncover and manage fleet performance risks, focusing their time on coaching and making operational decisions based on objective data, predictive collision analytics and peer fleet benchmarking, Geotab said.

This tool incorporates artificial intelligence and builds on the safety tools available from Geotab which include its risk event reports, safety scorecard, video telematics, asset tracking, Active Insights, Geotab Data Connector (GDC), SDK and Marketplace risk management solutions.

“We understand the gravity of safety concerns in the transportation industry and are proactively taking steps ahead utilizing the power of quality data and A.l. With Geotab Safety Center, we’re not just providing visibility into risks, we’re helping companies to predict and prevent them,” said Sabina Martin, vice president product management at Geotab. “Our enhanced and predictive collision insights put data-driven decisions at our customers’ fingertips, helping to transform the way they approach safety, and ultimately fostering safer roads for everyone.”

Geotab also unveiled its Enhanced Collision Detection feature as part of its 2024 safety suite of tools. This feature is aimed at detecting both major and minor collisions, increasing collision detection precision and accuracy.

“In a data-driven world, immediacy and precision of insights are paramount. Our new centers of excellence, including Geotab Safety Center, represent the next evolution in our commitment to providing actionable intelligence easily and efficiently,” added Martin.

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