Geotab launch sustainability data intelligence with Google Cloud

Geotab Inc. ("Geotab"), a global leader in connected vehicle technology and a member of the Google Cloud Ready - Sustainability program, launched its video series "Sustainability On Board-The Power Of Data Insights" that shares insights on the trajectory of sustainability outcomes. Featuring Michael Clark, Vice President, North America Regions at Google Cloud and Neil Cawse, Founder and CEO of Geotab, the video series puts a spotlight on "management by measurement" as the demand for accountability and transparency in delivering on sustainability goals continues to grow.

"Leaders are seeking pragmatic guidance from partners they can trust as their sustainability journey evolves to include improved reporting, regulatory requirements and greater board oversight," said Neil Cawse, Founder and CEO of Geotab. "Geotab is supporting customers across the globe to improve their business performance and deliver better outcomes for the planet with quality data insights. We are particularly excited with the potential of generative AI and large language models, where we are seeing faster speed to insight and greater transparency, which hinges on quality data inputs."

Geotab is a global leader in connected transportation solutions and is using data and insights to effectively plan, manage and measure the impact of fleet electrification and sustainable transportation, and Google Cloud's sustainable infrastructure creates a multiplier effect. Together, Geotab and Google Cloud have created a sophisticated solution focused on the climate and ESG ambitions of our mutual customers.

"Users of Geotab's climate-focused solutions will benefit from new capabilities, powered by Google Cloud's generative AI capabilities," said Michael Clark, Vice President, North America Regions at Google Cloud. "By building with Google Cloud's powerful models, Geotab can enable its customers to activate more sustainable transportation operations and address ESG goals that were not otherwise attainable."