Geotab Reaches 3 Million Subscribers

A Geotab booth at an industry show. (John Sommers II for Transport Topics)

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Fleet telematics supplier Geotab said more than 3 million vehicles worldwide are now equipped with devices connected to its technology platform.

The Oakville, Ontario-based company, founded in 2000, announced the milestone on Aug. 23.

“In January 2020, we announced that Geotab had achieved its goal of becoming the first telematics company to achieve 2 million connected vehicles built on a single, open platform,” said Geotab CEO Neil Cawse. “Two years later, despite the disruption of a global pandemic, we have reached another significant milestone by adding a further 1 million net new subscriptions.”

Geotab provides fleet management and vehicle tracking technology for a broad range of industries and vehicle types, including commercial trucking. The company’s telematics devices collect data that its fleet customers use to reduce fuel consumption, improve operating efficiency, enhance driver safety and ensure regulatory compliance.

Geotab said it has devices installed in 163 countries, processes about 55 billion data points per day and supports more than 9,000 internal combustion engine makes and models and more than 250 electric vehicle makes and models.

Geotab sells its products through a network of authorized resellers. — Transport Topics

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