Geotab launches public works solution for government fleets

Geotab launches public works solution for government fleets

Geotab has launched its Geotab Public Works solution in North America, which the company says offers fleet managers visibility into the operational data of all government vehicle types on one single platform and provides the toolsets to effectively remain compliant, reduce costs and maintain road safety.

Designed to help government agencies better manage vehicles such as salt spreaders, snowplows, street sweepers and waste management vehicles, the Geotab Public Works solution is integrated with several spreader controllers. The solution is built to support material management, compliance, accountability and liability. Geotab says fleets can utilize the solution to more accurately measure material usage, such as salt, allowing government fleet managers to feel more confident that community roads are not over- or under-serviced.

Available as a configurable add-in on the MyGeotab platform, the Geotab Public Works solution allows governments, including municipalities of all sizes, to customize their database to help meet the specific needs of their fleet.

In addition, Geotab says, users can add further value and customization through access to the Geotab Marketplace.

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