Navistar has made its integrated OnCommand Connection Telematics solution available for purchase. Launched in March, the solution includes OnCommand Connection Telematics, Advanced Remote Diagnostics, and an Electronic Driver Log.
OnCommand Connection Telematics is a combined hardware and software solution that provides a stream of real-time vehicle data, linked to GPS and other sources of data that can help drivers and fleets become safer and more productive.
“Only about 30% of small fleets are benefiting from the amazing power of telematics,” said Terry Kline, Navistar senior vice president and chief information officer. “In keeping with our DriverFirst philosophy and Uptime mission, we developed OnCommand Connection Telematics to make this information easily available and usable for the entire industry, from owner/operators to large fleets, on an integrated, predictable and easy-to-understand basis.”
The telematics solution is integrated with a new version of the OnCommand Connection Advanced Remote Diagnostics system. The system provides data on each vehicles health and fault code action plans through a web-based portal and dashboard.
OnCommand Connection Telematics and Advanced Remote Diagnostics are also integrated with OnCommand Connection Electronic Driver Log (EDL), which automates federal hours of service compliance requirements that are mandated for all heavy duty trucks by Dec. 18, 2017. OnCommand Connection Electronic Driver Log can also aid in fuel tax reporting, vehicle inspection reports, vehicle idling reports, and vehicle trip mapping history.
OnCommand Connection Telematics, Advanced Remote Diagnostics and the Electronic Driver Log app are available at participating International Truck dealers and to all HDA Truck Pride members. The Electronic Driver Log app is available in both the Google Play Store and the Apple iTunes Store.
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Originally posted on Trucking Info