A growing number of motor carriers are taking advantage of remote diagnostics to streamline vehicle maintenance and reduce downtime, but fleets must know how to filter through the data to use this information effectively.
HOUSTON — The growth of connected-truck technology is not only reducing vehicle downtime, but also paving the way for future services and enhancing product development, according to representatives from four truck manufacturers.
Remote diagnostics systems available on modern trucks are helping fleets avoid costly repairs and reduce vehicle downtime, and this technology is rapidly advancing toward offering better predictions of when problems might occur.April 26, 2019
Tim Leonard, chief technology officer at Trimble Transportation, talks about the opportunities blockchain presents for fleets and discusses key business cases in this segment that is part of our Feb. 21 LiveOnWeb program, "Mega Trends in Trucking Technology." More at bit.ly/TT-LOW0221February 21, 2018
Paper Transport's Peter Covach discusses ways in which the trucking industry gains efficiencies through predictive analytics and blockchain. The interview is part of our Feb. 21 LiveOnWeb program, Mega Trends in Trucking Technology. More at bit.ly/TT-LOW0221February 21, 2018