Lytx, Geotab integrate video, fleet management telematics

Lytx, Geotab integrate video, fleet management telematics

Lytx, provider of machine vision- and artificial intelligence-powered video telematics solutions for fleets, announced a new integration with Geotab. The integration, introduced at Geotab Connect 2020, creates a seamless experience—within a single interface—between Lytx’s unrivaled video-based telematics platform and Geotab’s world-leading fleet management capabilities.

The Lytx and Geotab integration enables, through a single sign-on, seamless browsing of video and data from Lytx’s DriveCam event recorders through the Geotab platform to help fleet managers understand exactly what is happening in their fleets at any moment, the companies explained. This integrated offering will be available via the Geotab Marketplace, a growing portfolio of hardware Add-Ons, software Add-Ins and mobile apps to help businesses better manage their fleets.

Combining machine vision and artificial intelligence (MV+AI) with professional review and behavior tagging, the Lytx Driver Safety Program delivers prescriptive and customized coaching insights to fleet managers, exposing risk and filtering out the noise to help clients focus on what’s most important, the company explained. Lytx leverages MV+AI and onboard sensors to collect information about what’s going on inside and around the vehicle.

Processing more than 40 billion data points every day, Geotab offerstechnology that connects commercial vehicles to the internet, helping businesses better manage their fleets through data-driven insights, the company said. By delivering critical business intelligence in the form of advanced and accurate data, Geotab provides fleets with enhanced visibility into their drivers and vehicles, helping to increase productivity and efficiency, boost compliance and improve driver safety.

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