TruckSuite LLC is now offering Noregon’s remote diagnostic application, TripVision Uptime.
Noregon just launched TripVision Uptime powered by its own proprietary on-board hardware device called the ND2. TruckSuite says Noregon has been working with the company to make sure that its customer base would have easy access to the remote diagnostic application once it was ready for market.
TruckSuite says TripVision Uptime with ND2 is available for all makes and models and is a web-based application that gives fleets and vehicle owners the ability to monitor the health, safety, and performance status of all their trucks in real-time, while performing remote functions that can reduce breakdowns and unexpected tow jobs.
With TripVision Uptime’s predictive health feature, users can address problems before they become costly issues.
“Based on machine learning, we present TripVision Uptime users with predictive health scores when faults are expected to escalate into more serious issues. This includes the percentage likelihood of an escalation and a mileage range for when the escalation will likely occur, plus recommended action plans. Fleets who follow this advice will save a considerable amount of money by avoiding breakdowns and addressing issues before they become costly,” said Alec Johnson, TripVision product manager for Noregon.