Noregon Launches All-Makes Fault Code Monitoring System
David Haun by John Sommers II for TTLAS VEGAS — Noregon has launched a vehicle diagnostics platform designed to report fault codes from all heavy-duty vehicle makes, models and components.
The new product, TripVision, integrates with major telematics systems to provide a real-time view of fault data for all vehicles in a fleet.
The diagnostics tool enables dispatchers to receive actionable fault information, check aggregated vehicle health and safety scores, and receive maintenance recommendations.
Noregon introduced the product here at American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition.
David Haun, director of telematics sales at Noregon, said TripVision can help fleets operating vehicles from multiple manufacturers track the health of those vehicles in one place.
“Many fleets are mixed,” he said. “They’re going to have different engine platforms, different truck brands. How are they going to manage that if they have to go into three different systems?”
TripVision currently integrates with telematics systems from Trimble, Omnitracs and GeoTab, he said.
Noregon said TripVision complements the company’s in-shop JPRO product, which offers rapid diagnostics of the entire vehicle and troubleshooting information to expedite repairs.
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