Geotab has announced a partnership with Free2move, to deliver a telematics product for Stellantis [STLA] brand vehicles in North America, including Ram, Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler. Free2move, the fleet, mobility and connected data company of Stellantis, will used embedded telematics to enable the integration of data from Free2move servers into the MyGeotab platform, the company said.
The deal, announced at Work Truck Week 2022, will also combine a telematics dashboard so that fleet managers can generate reports and measure key metrics to help optimize fleet performance and improve mobility, the company said.
The company said the telematics product, which will be available in the United States, will be compatible with eligible connected Stellantis brand vehicles to include a few 2018 and newer models. The company said plans for a global product rollout are still in the future.
“We are focused on innovation and improving mobility. With the new solution for Stellantis vehicles, we are delivering unique value by merging traditional fleet management with enhanced mobility solutions,” said Benjamin Maillard, Free2move North America, general manager, in a statement.
In other company news, the Geotab Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) business unit has announced it will be providing governments insights to improve their transportation networks through a partnership with the Eastern Transportation Coalition as a vendor for its Traffic Data Marketplace project.
The Eastern Transportation Coalition, a partnership of 18 states and Washington, D.C., selected Geotab ITS as a provider for origin-destination data and freight data, both of which use the Geotab ITS Altitude platform, the company said.