These visual indicators help fleet managers easily monitor transport refrigeration equipment utilization, improve operational efficiencies, and more.  -  Photo: Carrier Transicold

These visual indicators help fleet managers easily monitor transport refrigeration equipment utilization, improve operational efficiencies, and more.

Photo: Carrier Transicold

Carrier Transicold announced it has rolled out new capabilities for its digital platform, now rebranded as Lynx Fleet, giving North American refrigerated trucking operations more monitoring capabilities for their refrigerated trucks and trailers. 

Carrier Transicold is a part of Carrier Global Corporation.

The new Lynx Fleet offering enhances the prior web-based application with an at-a-glance view of refrigerated truck and trailer performance parameters. These visual indicators help fleet managers easily monitor transport refrigeration equipment utilization, improve operational efficiencies, and maximize uptime by spotting and averting potential equipment issues.

Formerly called eSolutions, Lynx Fleet for North America’s refrigerated trucks and trailers is part of Carrier’s Lynx global ecosystem, which applies advanced internet of things (IoT) analytics, machine learning, and various big data technologies to connect the cold chain in the cloud, automate key processes, and deliver real-time visibility and insights throughout the cargo’s journey.

“Lynx Fleet continues to open up broad possibilities for value-added capabilities,” said David Brondum, director of telematics, Truck Trailer Americas, Carrier Transicold. “Our exclusive dashboard is a terrific example. From temperatures maintained in cargo areas to refrigeration equipment performance, Lynx Fleet monitors and collects scores of inputs from every asset – thousands of data-points fleetwide. It then distills, analyzes and consolidates much of this mission-critical data into different insights so fleet managers can quickly spot assets that may require special attention.”

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