Geotab, a global leader in connected transport solutions, has announced a partnership with Logmaster, which provides Electronic Work Diary (EWD) and fatigue compliance management systems.
Geotab says the new partnership marks a major milestone for its investment cycle in the Australian market and represents a commitment to delivering a world-class experience for every fleet type.
Through deep product integration and a collaborative marketing model, Geotab and Logmaster will create a complete telematics and Electronic Work Diary solution for Australian fleets of all sizes.
According to Geotab, this partnership with Logmaster will result in one of the most compliant and feature rich unified transport management platforms in Australia. The company says the move will also bring the entire Geotab ecosystem to the market, enabling fleet managers to future proof their long-term telematics approach ahead of the Telstra 3G network shutdown in June 2024.
Geotab currently has more than 3.2 million connected vehicles globally, including 750,000 connected heavy trucks and some of the biggest fleet customers in the world. “Combining Geotab’s experience and expertise in the heavy truck industry and Logmaster’s commitment to safety compliance will allow us to offer one of the most comprehensive LTE enabled telematics solution to the Australian market,” said Sean Killen, vice president Latin America, Asia and ANZ at Geotab.
Managing director of Logmaster, Josh Saunders, added, “The partnership with Geotab represents a significant step for Logmaster’s ambition to provide the best Electronic Work Diary to the most well-managed fleets in Australia.
“We are excited to deliver a world-class solution that meets and exceeds the high standards of the Australian trucking industry.”