Geotab launches GO9 device

Geotab launches GO9 device

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Geotab has launched its new GO9 telematics device. According to the company, features include better acceleration tracking, a more accurate GPS and better support for vehicle-generated data and for new vehicle types.

More detailed features and benefits shared by the company include:

  • Gyroscope & Enhanced Accelerometer: With the addition of a gyroscope, the GO9 device provides enhanced data for areas such as harsh braking, acceleration and accidents; helping fleet managers better manage their drivers’ safety and minimize unplanned downtime due to unnecessary wear-and-tear.
  • Global Navigation Satellite GNSS module (GLONASS+GPS support): Offering customers both GPS and GLONASS support, the GO9 utilizes the latest GNSS module which provides users with increasingly accurate location data.
  • Improved Over-the-Air Software Updates & Provisioning: Helps to ensure that the firmware running on the GO9 device is always the most up-to-date available from install onwards, helping to optimize device security, safety and efficiency.
  • FIPS 140-2 validated: This is he benchmark for cryptographic modules protecting sensitive information in computer and telecommunication systems for U.S. government, Canadian government, and military use.

“We have always prided ourselves on providing our customers with the best possible solution to help them better manage their fleets,” said Neil Cawse, CEO of Geotab. “The new GO9 device will not only enable them to improve productivity, efficiency and safety of their fleets and drivers but is a platform on which we will continue to add new features and capabilities in a unique and innovative way.”

RELATED: Read our recent interview with Geotab CEO Neil Cawse here.

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