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Medium-duty truck data integration details

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 14 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.

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Data uses are as varied as truck uses, and as specific. Whereas long-haul operations can focus on time spent in cruise and idle time to provide the short-term data usage ROI when it comes to fuel economy, medium-duty trucks tackling a multitude of vocations a require a more targeted data approach.

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Recently, Samsara announced an integration with Ford Data Services focusing on commercial vehicles, ranging from Ford Transit vans to heavier Ford F-Series trucks. To get an understanding of how this integration gains a deeper visibility into light- and medium-duty truck data and how fleet managers can leverage data in the associated applications, I connected with Chris Mozzocchi, director of OEM Integrations at Samsara to talk about how to focus on application-specific data and what role fleets play in data integrations that they benefit from.

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