QEV Technologies has associated with Geotab, a recent press release stated. QEV Technologies has vast experience in motorsports, and their main purpose is to carry over the technology and knowledge developed from the track and apply it to the road in the form of hyperlux and commercial vehicles. The alliance between QEV Technologies and Geotab will offer their clients the latest technology in fleet management, telematics, and connectivity offered by Geotab, while adding the experience in data analysis and vehicle management they gain daily from the racetracks.
QEVTech Bus is the branch within QEV Technologies that offers solutions for urban mobility worldwide. Their products range from electric kits, which can be used for conversions, up to different-sized rolling chassis and finished vehicles for various applications. In 2017, QEVTech Bus obtained funding from the European Investment Bank driven by their conversion kit, the astrokit; in 2019 QEVTech Bus presented in Manila (Philippines) the COMET, a full-electric city bus with capacity for 30 passengers and currently consisting of a fleet of over 20 buses; and in 2020 they did the same in Perú with the E-TITÁN, a 12m city bus, which is in service today.
Geotab provides open platform fleet management solutions to businesses of all sizes around the globe. Geotab’s intuitive, full-featured solutions help QEV Technologies’ clients better manage their drivers and vehicles by extracting accurate and actionable intelligence from real-time and historical trips data. Processing over 40 billion data points per day from over 2.2 connected vehicles around the world, Geotab delivers critical business intelligence to enable companies to make data-driven decisions relating to safety, productivity, efficiency, electrification, and more.
Together with Geotab, QEV Technologies strives to become a leader in energy transition and sustainability, the top principles for which QEV Technologies was created.