AT&T has certified Geotab's GO7 telematics device for use on its nationwide 3G network, the telematics provider has announced.
Designed for fleet management applications, the GO7 detects data from the engine, drivetrain, instrument cluster and other relevant subsystems.Geotab's advanced technologies include programmable CANBUS, OBD, J1708 connection pins, enhanced auto-protocol detection and accelerometer algorithms.
With this AT&T certification now complete, Geotab GO7 is now certified and available for use on major cellular wireless carriers in the U.S. and Canada. Operator certification is a major milestone for telematics solutions because it enables those products to sell into a larger pool of potential customers who require specific geographic coverage.
Announced in October of 2014, the GO7 is part of Geotab's line of award-winning telematics solutions and has added a number of unique features such as automatic detection of odometer, seat belt, fuel consumption, engine faults, driver rating and other useful efficiency and safety measurements.
The GO7 is a plug-and-play device with no external wiring or antennas that significantly lowers installation costs and immediately improves fleets' productivity. Combined with Geotab's powerful fleet management software, MyGeotab, the GO7 is the world's most sophisticated telematics solution. The GO7 device is commercially available through an authorized Geotab reseller.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet