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U.K. Telematics Provider Offers App-Based Product to U.S. Fleets

The Floow Limited, a telematics provider with officers in Detroit and the United Kingdom, has launched a telematics platform for commercial fleets that uses a driver's cellphone to allow insurance companies, fleet operators, and manufacturers to collect data about driver behavior.

Geotab, Garmin Offer ELD Bundle

Telematics provider Geotab has begun offering the Geotab Garmin ELD Bundle, which it says is a driver-friendly and durable solution for ELD compliance that helps fleets improve productivity, increase driver safety, and strengthen compliance.

Zubie Adds Driver Check-In Feature

Zubie has begun offering a Driver Check-In feature that allows fleet managers to track multiple drivers of a single fleet vehicle, the Bloomington, Minn. telematics vendor has announced.

Nationwide Hires Commercial Telematics Director

Nationwide has hired Pete Frey as its commercial telematics director to develop and oversee a usage-based insurance program and connected business fleet platform, the insurer announced.

Mack Connect Offers Suite of Fleet Productivity Tools

Mack has updated its Mack Connect suite of productivity management tools, which it highlighted during a press briefing at the Mid-America Trucking Show, along with introducing an Anthem truck configurator tool and discussing customer experience surveys.

Verizon Connect Launches Field Service Product

Mobile workforce solutions provider Verizon Connect announced the launch of Workforce, a new feature set designed specifically for the needs of fleet managers and fleet-based business owners. Workforce will make its industry debut at the Work Truck Show, which is being held this week in Indianapolis.

Ram to Offer Verizon Connect-Powered Factory Telematics

Ram Commercial will offer a comprehensive telematics package from Verizon Connect on select Ram commercial vehicles as part of a partnership with the connected vehicle provider announced at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

Lytx Adds 300,000 Subscriptions in Three Years

Lytx became the first company in the history of video telematics to sell 300,000 new subscriptions over a three-year period, reaching 500,000 total subscriptions, which is more than any other video telematics company in the world, according to the company.