The leading technology company in the electric mobility and racing vehicle sector, QEV Technologies, has established a strategic alliance with Geotab, a company dedicated to offering solutions for fleet management, in order to improve various aspects of its telematics.
One of the beneficiary projects will be QEVTech Bus, a division oriented to the development of electric kits and 100% electric mass transport vehicles that, in recent years, thanks to the support of the European Investment Bank, managed to create some ecological buses that are currently working.
In this regard, the Chief Technical Officer at QEVTech Bus, Ismael Fernández, highlighted that in the four continents where the company is present they have been able to count on Geotab’s contribution, specifically in the use of vehicles and batteries.
“With Geotab, we help our client’s fleets and platforms to be equipped with the latest and most advanced monitoring and telematics technology in the market for electric vehicles. This agreement will allow us to offer our clients personalized monitoring and care of our platforms by expert data analysts,”Fernández said.
On the other hand, the Vice President of OEM Europe of Geotab, Christoph Ludewig, showed great satisfaction to be able to count on the QEV company for the development of the bases that will promote a more sustainable mobility.
“We are proud to work with manufacturers such as QEV Technologies, with whom we share the same vision of sustainable mobility in order to help companies and their fleets achieve their vehicle electrification goals,” were Ludewig’s words.
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More about Geotab
Founded in 2000 as a small family business, Geotab has grown rapidly in the electric mobility market thanks to advances in safety and fleet management solutions, which it has achieved through the analysis and processing of data that allows improving vehicle performance, reducing costs and contributing to the environment.
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Written by | Osward Rubio