Navistar, Motiv partner on vehicle telematics data and insights

Navistar, Motiv partner on vehicle telematics data and insights

Motive and Navistar recently announced a strategic partnership and future product integration that will connect Motive’s Automated Operations Platform with Navistar’s OnCommand Connection telematics and Advanced Remote Diagnostics solutions. The partnership between Motive and Navistar combines thousands of vehicle data points to help fleets operate safer and more cost-effectively, the companies noted in a press release.

The strategic partnership will offer two types of integrations. First, Motive users will be able to streamline their fleet operations by accessing data, including fault code descriptions, severity ratings, and recommended parts and services from Navistar’s OnCommand Connection (OCC) platform. The added operations visibility will allow users, like safety, compliance, and fleet managers, to quickly diagnose and address potentially costly maintenance-related issues that typically derail timelines and drive up costs. 

Second, Motive customers can expect improved fleet management by accessing data from Navistar’s factory-installed devices on International Trucks. These devices offer customers rich native telematics such as vehicle location, engine hours, tire pressure, brake and cabin temperatures, and lights status directly from the vehicle manufacturer. 

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