Displaying items by tag: Telematics

Detroit Connect Analytics Unlocks the Power of Fuel and Safety Data

PORTLAND, Ore. — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced today that Detroit Connect Analytics has extended its services to additional truck models and can also be added to vehicles in the aftermarket. Analytics is now available to order as a new truck option or in the aftermarket on the new Freightliner Cascadia, original Cascadia and Western Star 5700 truck models spec’d with Detroit engines. Detroit Connect Analytics automatically translates critical fuel consumption and safety data, into interactive and easy-to-understand reports that provide actionable insights for increased vehicle and fleet performance.

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.

What to do About the Increasing Complexity of School Bus Systems

For every school district, the key mission is to provide the best possible education for its children. Having well-qualified teachers is the main dependency to help them fulfill this mission. But there are a number of other functions which need to work seamlessly to make this happen. One of these functions is transportation for children every day from their home to school.

  • Published in Blogs

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.