CoPilot Truck joins Geotab Marketplace

Geotab announced the availability of ALK’s CoPilot Truck navigation on the Geotab Marketplace. This integrated solution, available through Geotab solutions partners, provides safe, reliable navigation, allowing drivers and fleet managers to streamline operations and maximize productivity.

Providing mutual customers with a complete view of driver behavior, trip history, customer locations and idling times, this partnership lets fleets discover and plan for the most efficient route to get to their destination. With reliable real-time guidance and an easy-to-use driver interface, drivers gain the visibility they need to be effective and safe while on the roads.

“ALK is thrilled to provide Geotab Marketplace customers with enhanced truck navigation solutions that ultimately help provide fleet-wide safety, efficiency and compliance,” said Dan Titus, vice-president, CoPilot Truck Enterprise. “By offering reliable PC*MILER-based truck navigation, Geotab customers can experience lower fuel costs and higher productivity, resulting in an improved bottom line.”

CoPilot Truck is the only in-cab navigation solution to offer transportation industry standard PC*MILER routing. Map data is stored on the device, eliminating the need for users to rely on mobile data downloads for navigation and routing. With its driver-friendly interface, non-distracting guidance views, and truck-specific POIs, a fleet has what it needs to improve customer service, safety and driver retention.

The Geotab Marketplace—a go-to source for organizations requiring GPS fleet management and vehicle tracking solutions—provides an extensive ecosystem of business-focused applications and add-ons, helping customers add value to their Geotab fleet management solution. Launched in 2015 as a complement to the MyGeotab platform, the marketplace is currently used by more than 14,000 Geotab customers.

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