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Derive Systems updates software to be compatible with Ford Transit


Derive Systems announced that their engine calibration software now works with the 2015 Ford Transit 3.7-liter and 3.5-liter.

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This new coverage allows commercial fleets using the Ford Transit full-size van to maximize savings and safety, said Derive Systems.

“Businesses select the Ford Transit because their fleets require a highly customizable vehicle,” said Tom Kanewske, senior director of business development at Derive. “Derive addresses the most significant portion of this customization challenge by delivering a focused engine solution that directly lowers bottom-line maintenance and fuel costs.”

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Derive’s software solution for the Ford Transit includes a top-speed limiter to deliver safety, eliminate speeding tickets and lower insurance costs and a solution to reduce idle RPM by up to 30%, saving on fuel and improving MPG, according to Derive.

“At Derive, we realize that each industry operates the same vehicle differently. By understanding these difference, we are able to deliver a client-specific solution that addresses a fleet’s most significant budget drivers—fuel, maintenance and insurance,” continued Kanewske.


Derive offers engine software solutions for Ford, Lincoln, Chevrolet, GM, Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota, Paccar, Mercedes, Caterpillar, Cummins and Detroit Diesel, with additional vehicle coverage coming this year.

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