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MetTel-Geotab Partnership to Deliver IoT Solutions for Government Vehicles

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MetTel has partnered with Geotab to deliver government vehicles access to a suite of managed services that provide critical intelligence, MetTel reported on Tuesday. The suite will help streamline compliance and reporting; reduce total cost of ownership and improve citizen and employee safety; and minimize greenhouse gas emissions.

“Government agencies are looking for ways to provide more transparency, while providing the tools to help reduce costs and increase the safety of government employees and the citizens they serve. MetTel-enabled IoT solutions help provide that, through an easy to use “single pane of glass,” said Robert Dapkiewicz, senior vice president and general manager of MetTel Federal.

Under the partnership, Geotab will leverage its telematics and MetTel will provide its full service fleet management portal to enable government fleets to increase visibility into their vehicles to create efficiencies and help reduce overall costs.

The MetTel-Geotab team will help managers of government vehicles have access to critical intelligence that will deliver enhanced visibility into MetTel-enabled vehicles. The companies’ offerings will include reduced costs; improved driver safety; streamlined compliance and reporting; GHG and EV battery reporting and compliance; and increased efficiency.

The offering will provide a configurable dashboard and reporting software to reduce mundane processes of manual reporting for government regulations, odometer readings and fuel economy. Featuring increased visibility into the availability of vehicles will enhance data-based decisions concerning vehicle and driver utilization.

“We are excited to add our leading telematics platform to MetTel’s expansive technology offering for the U.S. Federal Government,” said Jean Pilon-Bignell, vice president of Business Development, Government and Smart Cities, Geotab. “We are committed to connecting Federal agency vehicles and integrating them into broader IoT strategies.”