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GILLIG’s electric bus telematics are now powered by ViriCiti

California, April 2021 –  ViriCiti, a leading telematics and charger management platform, announces it has partnered with GILLIG, one of the largest bus manufacturers in North America. The collaboration means GILLIG’s electric bus telematics are now powered by ViriCiti’s best-in-class fleet management platform. 

Just like the “Intel inside” a personal computer, ViriCiti’s platform will now be available in GILLIG buses, offering GILLIG customers an intuitive user-friendly platform.

“We’re very excited to be partnering with GILLIG to offer their customers a complete telematics solution. Both GILLIG and ViriCiti are committed to providing operators with powerful insights that helps them optimize their fleet operations and make the transition to electric easier.”  – Trishan Peruma, Head of Business Development North America, ViriCiti

For operators, this means that ViriCiti’s telematics platform will provide access to real-time data and insights, as well as future-proof their operations for prospective bus, charger and third-party software integrations.  

The first buses with the integrated offer have already left GILLIG’s Livermore production facility.

About ViriCiti

ViriCiti started in 2012 with a focus on electric buses and trucks and is now market leader in the United States and Europe, with over 3500 buses and chargers connected to its platform. The company is working with over 200 OEMs and fleet operators worldwide and aims to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles by offering an all-in-one solution for full-electric as well as mixed fleets.

About GILLIG

GILLIG is the leading manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses in the United States. From initial design through final assembly, each GILLIG bus is designed and built by dedicated Americans in Livermore, California. GILLIG buses are known for their unmatched quality and have earned their reputation as the lowest cost buses to maintain and operate.

About The Author

Cristiana Stoian, Communications Manager and ViriCitizen