SmartDrive announces collaboration with Geotab

SmartDrive announces collaboration with Geotab

SmartDrive Systems has announced a collaboration with Geotab to provide fleets with integrated solutions that leverage the SmartDrive platform as a single on-board data collection hub.

“The ability to integrate and operate applications from a single data collection platform breaks through significant technology and operational barriers—unlocking efficiency gains for fleets across routes, drivers and risk,” said Steve Mitgang, chief executive officer of SmartDrive. “Collaborating with Geotab allows us to make good on the promise of convergence with a company that shares our commitment to providing open, connected and flexible solutions for fleets of every size. We believe this is a transformational shift—and it’s only the beginning of what is possible for our customers.”

As a result of the SmartDrive-Geotab collaboration, the companies say that fleets can now benefit from:

  • Data alignment across the two providers’ applications, unlocking new fleet performance insights and eliminating problematic data discrepancies;
  • The SmartDrive video safety program;
  • SmartDrive SR3 or SR4 video hardware platform;
  • “Single box” architecture enabling the convergence of data, devices and network connectivity;
  • Analytics powered by SmartDrive SmartIQ;
  • Geotab tracking, which delivers real-time and historical visibility to location, speed and geofencing information;
  • Geotab regulatory compliance, including hours of service, driver vehicle inspection reports, International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) recording and tax reports; and
  • Access and integration to Geotab Marketplace partners.

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