FleetUp partners with OnCommand Connection from Navistar

FleetUp partners with OnCommand Connection from Navistar

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FleetUp, a provider of ELD/HOS compliance solutions, announced a partnership with Navistar International Corp. to create a vehicle diagnostics and preventative maintenance solution using FleetUp’s FMCSA-compliant electronic logging device (ELD) and fleet management service (FMS) technology.

According to the companies, the integration of Navistar’s OnCommand Connection program with FleetUp’s telematics technology will enable fleet managers to access comprehensive information from all vehicles leveraging FleetUp’s telematics technology for real-time data analysis of vehicle performance. This information includes engine diagnostics, fuel consumption per trip, fuel waste management, engine coolant temperature monitoring, and battery level monitoring. Vehicle health reports are then generated every 30 minutes through the OnCommand Connection platform, allowing fleet managers to access over 130 measurable values used for troubleshooting and safety precautions.

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