At a high level, connected vehicle technologies are about data that improves decision-making, notes Terry Kline, senior vice president and chief information officer at Navistar. “That started out with the use of telematics data to assure improved uptime and other related benefits,” he says. “For example, solutions already help avoid potential operational problems that could lead to safety or liability issues, improve driver productivity and retention, enhance fuel efficiency and increase uptime.
- “There’s a real need to bring all the data together and make it more actionable on a fleet-wide basis.”
- “Reasoning engine technology, in particular is one of the latest innovations added to our connected truck solutions.”
- “It utilizes machine learning to make associations between triggered diagnostic codes so we can provide the most efficient diagnostic procedures and get trucks back on the road faster,” he says.
““There’s a real need to bring all the data together and make it more actionable on a fleet-wide basis.””