Fleet-Telematics & Software

GM Partners with Fleet Complete

New partnership bring IoT Solutions to Canadian fleets. After launching an IoT solution in the U.S. with General Motors (GM) early last year, Fleet Complete is working with GM to bring IoT-enabled services on OnStar-equipped vehicles (model year 2015 and newer) to Canada.  “Today, our partnership with GM has a…

Rogers Partners with Fleet Complete

Canadian businesses will benefit from next-generation fleet management technology. Rogers Communications and Fleet Complete have announced a strategic partnership to provide Canadian businesses with a range of commercial fleet management and asset tracking solutions. With this announcement, Rogers now offers businesses arrival estimates and proof of delivery with time and…

Fleet Complete Expands Into Mexico

Canadian telematics provider continues global expansion. AT&T has partnered with Canada’s own Fleet Complete to offer fleet solutions in Mexico. ”We are thrilled to be offering our next-generation fleet management technology in Mexico, helping their businesses – big and small – be safe, productive and cost-effective,” says Tony Lourakis, founder…

GM Partners with Amazon

Amazon Alexa will soon be available in GM vehicles. General Motors has announced plans to introduce a new in-vehicle Alexa experience in the first half of 2020. It will be available on model year 2018 and newer cars, trucks and crossovers with compatible infotainment systems, equipped with 4G LTE. “GM’s…

Ford Partners with Avis in Europe

Customers renting Ford Motor Company vehicles from Avis Budget Group’s European fleet will soon find it easier to pick up and return their vehicles. The Avis Budget Group has entered into an agreement with Ford Commercial Solutions to connect approximately 14,000 Ford Motor Company vehicles in Avis Budget Group’s European…

GM Debuts New Digital Platform

General Motors (GM) debuts an all-new electronic platform to coincide with their vision for a world with zero crashes, zero emissions, and zero congestion. General Motors’ President, Mark Reuss, announced the debut of the company’s new electronic platform that will be necessary for its next-generation vehicles, EVs, active safety, infotainment, connectivity…

Connected Cars Depend on Technology

Connected car makers should acquire or invest in technology companies as technology becomes a standard and desired feature. As the connected car sector grows, smartphone and gaming companies are looking into developing advanced in-vehicle technologies. Automakers and Tier I companies are also partnering with third-party Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based assistants or…
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