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Welcome to IoT Data Insights
What Is data.geotab.com?
The data.geotab.com platform provides access to a number of
Geotab is pleased to launch data.geotab.com, a new
aggregate datasets derived from over 2 billion daily records and
data platform that unlocks intelligence data from our
900,000 Geotab-equipped vehicles. These datasets are categorized
global network of connected vehicles for a multitude of
under the following categories: Urban Infrastructure, Location
innovative uses such as design of autonomous vehicles
Analytics, and Weather. Dependent on the dataset, data is updated
and smart cities, enhancing business productivity, and
as frequently as every hour or as infrequently as every month.
building safer communities.
Point of Origin
Dependent on the dataset, data is updated as frequently as every hour or as infrequently as every month.
The site is currently in beta and scheduled for full launch in June 2018.
For more information, visit
How Can This Data Be Leveraged?
The wealth of information available at data.geotab.com has numerous use cases,
from benchmarking to smart city applications. Complete datasheets are provided on
the site to help you understand and leverage each dataset.
Data & Privacy: Methodology
Based on the fact that data.geotab.com only provides fully
anonymized datasets, there is no use or disclosure of personal
customer or driver in data.geotab.com. While datasets are
derived from data that have a component of location associated
with them datasets are structured to ensure that no individual
location data is disclosed; and each area must comprise data
from multiple customers. For example, hazardous driving areas
are aggregated to an area of 150 m by 150 m where at least 3
or more customers have experienced harsh braking events.
Prior to being released, each dataset is reviewed by Geotab’s
Risk Assessment Committee and Chief Privacy Officer.
Data is available to existing customers and new customers who register for
an account on data.geotab.com and agree to Geotab’s Free Data License.
The data is accessible through Google BigQuery, which requires
a valid Google email account.