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Goupil Industrie enlists Geotab’s technology to optimise EVs

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Geotab, a provider of IoT and connected transportation, announced a strategic partnership with Goupil Industrie, part of the Polaris Group, to connect the company’s Electric Vehicles (EV) to the Geotab platform.

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Through this partnership, Goupil Industrie will have access to both technical vehicle and battery management data via Geotab's connected fleet management platform to help improve the performance of its suite of manufactured EVs. Gaining access to real-time vehicle performance visibility, Goupil Industrie will be positioned to improve maintenance procedures and other related services for its global customers.

Demonstrating a long-standing committed to using technology to support the uptake of clean and sustainable cities, Goupil Industrie will work closely with Geotab to drive this commitment even further, ultimately helping to enable smart cities and last mile deliveries that accelerate critical EV adoption across Europe.

“We are very happy to take another innovative step forward in the IoT and vehicle electrification space with the help of Geotab,” said Olivier Pelletier, General Manager, Goupil Industrie. “Having increased access to vehicle information will help us to continuously improve our product, optimise our processes and provide our customers with the best service and experience possible. By aligning with a connected vehicle partner, like Geotab, Goupil Industrie's position as an innovative leader in the OEM space is catalysed.”

As part of this partnership, Goupil Industrie will leverage Geotab technology to enable its customers to measure real-time electric vehicle and battery specific information with configurable alerts to ensure smart vehicle usage and sustainability objectives are met, send and receive electric vehicle and battery health maintenance-related alerts and updates to customer operation centres, proactively manage any warranty and vehicle usage plus charging patterns in order to improve efficiencies and facilitate smart charging, encourage “eco-driving” habits to improve safe and environmentally sustainable practices and increased efficiency through improved fleet management across a mixed fleet environment.

With over 30,000 customers around the world and more than 1.4 million connected vehicles globally leveraging Geotab's telematics solution, the company provides actionable insights that help businesses better manage their fleets. Collecting nearly 4 billion data points per day, Geotab not only enables fleets to improve productivity, safety and efficiencies, but is helping to facilitate EV adoption across the fleet ecosystem.

“Geotab is proud to work closely with innovators such as Goupil Industrie,” stated Edward Kulperger, Vice President of Geotab for Europe. “We believe that the fleet industry is poised for mass EV adoption, which is critical for not only ensuring improved overall air quality in our communities but for increasing efficiencies when it comes to routing goods and people through our cities. Working with a trusted partner like Goupil Industrie, helps to drive that adoption and ensures that health and sustainable transportation benefits are realised.”


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