Noregon adds TripVision to the Geotab marketplace

Noregon adds TripVision to the Geotab marketplace

Noregon Systems has announced the addition of its TripVision software to the Geotab marketplace. TripVision, launched in October, is a vehicle health monitoring system that provides a detailed, real-time view into every vehicle in a given fleet through any internet-connected device. The Geotab marketplace is a complement to the MyGeotab platform that provides customers with valuable business-focused applications and add-ons from many third-party telematics and IT companies.

“TripVision provides a comprehensive solution for fleets to turn their vehicle data into usable information,” said Bill Hathaway, founder and chief executive officer of Noregon. “Noregon is extremely excited to work with Geotab and offer this much-needed solution to our mutual customers.”

“Our partnership with Noregon enables heavy-duty fleets to reduce maintenance costs and increase safety by effectively monitoring fault information and vehicle health,” said, Neil Cawse, chief executive officer of Geotab. “This integrated solution provides insight into real-time vehicle diagnostics, allowing dispatchers to make data-driven decisions to optimize the performance of their fleet.”

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