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Fleet Cybersecurity with Telematics

The connected vehicle provides countless new benefits, namely safety, efficiency, and convenience. However, connecting vehicles to the internet has opened up concerns over cybersecurity and sparked an industry-wide discussion. Among others, these concerns have been expressed by the FBI, NHTSA, and NAFA.(1,2,3) In particular, the FBI has recommended that “vehicle owners should check with the […]

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Posted in: Fleet Management, Telematics

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Geotab Opens Platform to Third-Party Telematics Devices

New Plan Brings Advanced Analytics and Powerful Data to Any Business Toronto, ON – April 4, 2017 – Extending its long-running commitment to open data sharing and integration, Geotab today announced the launch of its Third-Party Device plan. Now, customers can bring a third-party telematics device and enjoy the advanced notifications, reporting and dashboards, and […]

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Posted in: Fleet Management, GPS Tracking, Telematics

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Extending Your Geotab Solution Just Got Easier

Convenient and User-friendly Marketplace Debuts Toronto, ON – June 5, 2017 – Geotab, the leading open platform fleet management provider, today announced the launch of its updated Marketplace. Featuring upgraded navigation, one-click to install MyGeotab Add-Ins, free custom reports, and an increasing number of value-added business solutions, fleets can easily discover and add new solutions […]

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Posted in: Fleet Management, Improve Revenue, Telematics

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Green Fleet Initiative

Wireless Fleet Management Controls Costs and Cuts Emissions. We all want to reduce emissions so that the air will be clean for our children and our children’s children. But going green can also save your company money. As fuel and other costs continue to rise for commercial and government fleets, this provides an opportunity to […]

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Posted in: Carbon Footprint, Fleet Management, Telematics

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Legal Marijuana Tied to Crash Increase

After legalizing recreational use of marijuana, the states of Colorado, Oregon and Washington saw collision claim frequencies rise about 3% higher overall compared to neighboring states, according to a new analysis from the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI). Washington and Colorado were the first states to legalize recreational use of marijuana for adults 21 and […]

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Sharing the Road with Farm Equipment

The weather is warming and this is the time of year when farmers return to the fields to plant crops, which sometimes requires driving some large farm equipment on public roads. The Pennsylvania Farm Bureau has teamed with the Pennsylvania State Police and other agencies to promote safer driving practices on rural roads. Here’s some advice […]

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Posted in: Driver Safety

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Government Fleet Management Systems

Today’s government fleet managers must deal with shrinking budgets, government mandates regarding fleet size and utilization, and aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse emissions. Networkfleet provides the tools and data needed for busy fleet managers to understand and effectively manage the many aspects of their fleet’s performance. Lower Greenhouse Emissions Use Networkfleet reports about speeding, idle […]

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Trump Reverses Obama’s Fuel Economy Rules for Cars

Vowing to end the “assault on the American auto industry,” President Donald Trump promised to reopen a federal review of fuel economy standards that was concluded in the waning days of the Obama administration. Today’s target is a big one: the fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks. These rules are hardly an ideal […]

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Posted in: Carbon Footprint, Fleet Management, Government Regulations

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U.S. DOT advances deployment of Connected Vehicle Technology

Proposed rule would mandate vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication on light vehicles, allowing cars to ‘talk’ to each other to avoid crashes. Citing an enormous potential to reduce crashes on U.S. roadways, the U.S. Department of Transportation issued a proposed rule that would advance the deployment of connected vehicle technologies throughout the U.S. light vehicle fleet. The […]

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