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How to Better Understand Data in Truck Fleets

Before data can be used, it’s important to understand what points and information are the most important and why.

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7 Questions for Geotab's Colin Sutherland

Colin Sutherland, Geotab's executive vice president of sales and marketing, speaks about telematics industry consolidation, vehicle security, and answers the question of who owns vehicle data in this interview.

Upgrade, Update, Integrate Your Trucking Management Software

Whether you rip out your old system or upgrade your current one, keeping pace with technology is key to success.

States with Safest Fleet Drivers Ranked

Fleet drivers in North Dakota with Verizon Connect telematics systems showed the safest driving behavior over a two-year period, while those in Utah were the most dangerous, according to aggregated data from the telematics provider.

How to Successfully Navigate Technology Evolution

Every aspect of a fleet’s operation is being affected by technology; embracing it is critical for future success.

Geotab Offers Smart City Data Website

Geotab has launched a data website that will help fleets better navigate city driving hazards with aggregated datasets about hazardous driving areas, road impediments, and parking, the telematics provider announced at its Geotab Connect event in Toronto.

Ford Establishes Fleet Vehicle Data Unit

Ford Motor Co. has established a connected-vehicle business unit to serve secure data about commercial and police fleet vehicles as part of its cloud-based mobility initiative.

Commentary: Blockchain Enters the Aftermarket

Blockchain is often talked about in terms of its usefulness in the relationship between manufacturers, carriers, distributors, and end users but its potential for heavy-duty truck maintenance is immense. Commentary by Aftermarket Contributing Editor Denise Rondini.

How to Push Your Truck Fleet's MPG Envelope

While there’s no one way to get up on the cutting edge of fuel efficiency, fleets can get there without undue risk to their bottom lines. What it takes is moving swiftly, but deliberately, with a data-driven approach.

How Business Intelligence Can Drive Your Final Mile Forward

While the final mile may be the last piece in the supply chain, businesses often consider it the most important because of the value placed on customer satisfaction levels.