February 2019 Round-Up

Posted: 1 March, 2019 | By Romana Klinger

Out with the old, in with the new! We’ve had a big month this February as we are now officially Trimble MAPS, a newly formed division of Trimble. You might have noticed significant changes around our website, the blog and general look and feel. Find out all the details about the launch in our highlights below.


We are Trimble MAPS

On the 12th of February, Trimble officially announced the launch of a new division, Trimble MAPS (Maps and Applications for Professional Solutions), positioning the organization as an authoritative source and global provider of routing, scheduling, visualization and navigation solutions designed specifically for commercial use. Read the press release in English, German or French.


To learn more about Trimble MAPS watch the video below:


Read about our solutions on the overhauled website maps.trimble.com, which includes a brand new AppianTM section.


Of course we celebrated the division launch in style, with a big kickoff event and parties in the Princeton, London and Oklahoma City offices. Some employees donned their new Trimble MAPS shirts and enjoyed a glass or two to honor the occasion:


To stay in the loop about Trimble MAPS in the future, subscribe to our new blog (in the form underneath this post) or follow us on our new Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn social accounts.

Trade Shows

Mid-February, our German team attended LogiMat in Stuttgart, Germany to connect with partners and customers and to introduce Trimble MAPS to a wider audience.

Later in the month, the US team showcased how CoPilot Truck makes it possible to remotely configure multiple truck profiles by fleet, sub-fleet or individual vehicle at Omnitracs Outlook User Conference  in Dallas, Texas.

Meet Us

If you happen to be at one of these upcoming events, please drop by to say hello to learn more about Trimble MAPS. Our experts will be happy to speak with you:

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