Matt Stevens, vice president of Electric Vehicles at Geotab spoke about the company's EVSA tool on stage at Geotab Connect 2020.  - Photo by Andy Lundin. 

Matt Stevens, vice president of Electric Vehicles at Geotab spoke about the company's EVSA tool on stage at Geotab Connect 2020. 

Photo by Andy Lundin. 

Geotab has launched its Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment (EVSA) tool in North America, the company announced at Geotab Connect 2020.

This tool is specifically designed to enable fleets to go electric by analyzing a fleet’s existing telematics data and creating an electrification recommendation based on each vehicle’s distinctive driving patterns.

The tool will identify which electric vehicles meet a fleet’s range requirements and makes the most financial sense, Geotab noted. Based on telematics data, the tool will provide a report that details lifetime cost and financial analysis, range assurance, and an environmental impact analysis that calculates fuel and CO2 emissions reductions.

“The Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment evaluates your current fleet and creates a multi-year procurement plan to help you electrify it,” said Matt Stevens, vice president of Electric Vehicles at Geotab. “The EVSA provides all of the information required to help ensure you are putting the best-fit electric vehicles into your fleet — so you don’t end up adopting a vehicle that does not work for you.”

The tool is available as a free Add-In on the Geotab Marketplace.

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