Clarience Tech and ZF Forge Data-Sharing Alliance

Firms Hope Sharing Data Will Foster Enhanced Operational Insights, Efficiencies for Fleet Operators
Clarience and ZF alliance graphic
Clarience and ZF made the announcement at ACT Expo 2024. (Clarience Technologies)

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Clarience Technologies and ZF launched a strategic alliance to share telematics data to improve the performance of fleet customers, the company announced May 20.

The announcement was made in conjunction with the opening of Advanced Clean Transportation Expo 2024 in Las Vegas. The event brings together industry leaders and key stakeholders to discuss new technologies in commercial operations.

The companies hope sharing telematics and component-level data will foster enhanced operational insights and efficiencies for fleet operators. ZF will provide information on brakes, brake controllers, sensors measuring brake pad wear and anti-lock braking systems. Clarience will provide data originating from its trailer telematics solution as well as tire and wheel end health solutions.

“We are thrilled to embark on this strategic alliance with ZF, as it underscores our commitment to providing unparalleled value to our customers,” said Nada Jiddou, executive vice president and chief digital officer at Clarience. “By sharing data sources between companies, our analytical models can more quickly find the relevant insights in the data that will drive operational excellence and enhance fleet performance.”

“ZF is pleased to partner with Clarience Technologies in the telematics space making our collective suite of data, hardware and related services available to our shared customer base,” said Benjamin Brown, vice president and head of trailer OEM and digital sales at ZF. “Our companies share a common vision to simplify the end-user experience reducing complexity to OEMs, fleets and service shops alike, which ultimately will increase efficiency for all involved."

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