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In the Before-Times, predictive maintenance was the talk of the truck service technology town. Then, well, you know what happened, and it brought service discussion back down to Earth. Today, fleets still battle long dwell times and parts shortages. That’s not to say that predictive maintenance development was put on the back burner, but “connected maintenance” took on a new meaning as the truck service world transitioned to the digital workflow of the “new normal.”
So where do we stand on the latest connected truck maintenance solutions, and how can you, as the fleet, put them to work to start pushing downed trucks through the service process quickly and efficiently?
These are the questions I tossed at Mike Keus, vice president, asset maintenance, Trimble Transportation. Watch the video above for all of his insight.
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