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Cummins Connected Diagnostics Now Available with DT4000

April 27, 2016

DriverTech and Cummins Inc. announced that the Cummins Connected Diagnostics application is now available to customers using the DT4000 on-board computing system from DriverTech.

Connected Diagnostics enhances the DriverTech capability for customers with Cummins power by leveraging data from the DT4000 system to deliver immediate notification of urgent engine system faults to fleet customers, and provides actionable information with genuine Cummins recommendations in an easy-to-understand notification report, according to a release. The powerful DT4000 system, together with Connected Diagnostics, provides reduced shop time, increased asset utilization and improved overall efficiency of Cummins diesel and natural gas-powered equipment.

"Cummins is excited to have Connected Diagnostics available to our mutual customers who depend on the technology of DriverTech," said John Malina, Executive Director - Product Connectivity Business, Cummins Inc. "Connected Diagnostics' value will enhance our customer's daily operational efficiency as well as support the repair process that may be required. We look forward to greater opportunities in the near future with DriverTech."

Commercial availability of Connected Diagnostics on trucks equipped with DriverTech began April 26, 2016. 

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