Geotab announces GO7 fleet management application

By Sarah McCay30 October 2014

Geotab has unveiled its all-new GO7 telematics device designed for fleet management applications to detect vehicle data communications from the engine, drivetrain, instrument cluster and other relevant subsystems.

The Geotab GO7 is the newest device in the Canadian telematics engineering company’s line-up. It is said to come with new features such as programmable CANBUS, OBD, J1939 connection pins, enhanced auto-protocol detection and higher sensitivity accelerometer.

The plug-and-play device also comes with internal antennas, which eliminates installation and out-of service vehicle time.

According to the company, the technology is scalable, from light duty, medium duty, to heavy commercial trucks, in addition to supporting all major vehicle manufacturers globally. The GO7 also works in conjunction with the company’s fleet management software, MyGeotab.

“Our goal is to provide the most advanced and efficient telematics solution in the industry,” said Neil Cawse, CEO, Geotab.

“Together with our MyGeotab software, the all-new GO7 device allows us to provide our customers with the most sophisticated end-to-end fleet management solution on an industry leading platform – providing great productivity enhancements, safety features and cost-savings to our fleet customers.”

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