Detroit Connect Analytics Safety Reporting to be available with Detroit Assurance

Detroit Connect Analytics Safety Reporting to be available with Detroit Assurance


Detroit announced that the Detroit Connect Analytics safety reporting feature will be included at no charge for five years with the purchase of the Detroit Assurance suite of safety systems on the new Freightliner Cascadia. Detroit Assurance 4.0 seamlessly integrates into the new Cascadia. The safety reporting feature will be available beginning in October 2017 and will also be offered retroactively at no charge for all new Cascadias spec’d with Detroit Assurance built before October.

Safety reporting will be accessible via the Detroit Connect portal. This feature reports and scores safety event data such as lane departure warnings, collision mitigation braking, hard and severe brake events and following distance warnings. Additionally, on-board sensor readings are captured from 15 seconds before a fault event occurred to 15 seconds after specific events, letting users know what to focus on to improve driver behavior, the company explained.

Analytics can connect you to people as well as trucks. Watch the video below for how Paper Transport is leveraging Detroit Connect Analytics to improve its fleet’s operation.

Users can view data for a single trip, a single vehicle, or their entire fleet over different periods of time. This allows customers to spend less time crunching data and more time optimizing vehicle and driver performance.

As previously announced, the Detroit Connect Analytics fuel efficiency performance feature will also be available in an upgrade package with the new Cascadia beginning in October 2017.

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