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Zonar and Cummins Provide Joint Customers with Enhanced Diagnostics

SEATTLE — Zonar, the leader in smart fleet management technology, and Cummins, Inc. (NYSE: CMI), the leading independent manufacturer of diesel and natural gas engines, controls and emission solutions, today announced that they are offering joint customers Cummins Connected Diagnostics with Connected Advisor. These are two wireless uptime technologies that are included with Cummins engines.

Blue Bird FY 2018 2nd Qtr Results Up

MACON GA — Blue Bird Corp. (“Blue Bird”) (NASDAQ: BLBD), the leading independent designer and manufacturer of school buses, announced today its fiscal 2018 second quarter results. Blue Bird Corporation delivered higher revenue, up 4 percent from the prior year, positive net income of $1.8 million and solid Adjusted EBITDA of $10.0 million.  Positive earnings were delivered despite higher commodity costs.

Stertil-Koni Touch Screen Control System for Piston DIAMONDLIFT

STEVENSVILLE MD — Heavy duty vehicle lift leader Stertil-Koni today announced that it has incorporated its advanced, full-color, touch-screen control console, known as the ebright Smart Control System,  into the company’s popular, state-of-the-art high-pressure inground telescopic piston lifting system—the DIAMONDLIFT.

ROUSH CleanTech Propane System Achieves HD-OBD Certification

The California Air Resources Board and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency certified ROUSH CleanTech’s propane autogas fuel system as complying with the heavy-duty onboard diagnostics (HD-OBD) regulation that has been in play for diesel and gasoline engines.

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The Connected Bus: 8 Technologies for the Next Generation School Bus

Buses don't necessarily have a reputation as the most innovative transit option around. But thanks to new advances in technology, all that is changing. With features like onboard Wi-Fi, Global Positioning System (GPS), telematics, cameras, enhanced driver support tools, and a greater focus on the passenger experience, next-generation fleets are changing perceptions about bus transit in cities across the country.