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Noregon Systems has officially launched its TripVision vehicle health monitoring system, which provides a detailed, real-time view into every vehicle in a given fleet through any internet-connected device.
“We work diligently to stay ahead of industry trends. With telematics poised for tremendous growth, fleets want to take advantage of the data produced by their vehicles. Our solution gives them a real-time health and safety picture of their vehicle; this is unprecedented in the industry,” said Dave Covington, the company’s vice president of product development.
Fleet dispatchers are presented with actionable fault information and aggregated health/safety scores and recommendations to easily determine vehicle readiness. TripVision covers all heavy-duty vehicle makes, models and components. The system also offers customizable settings and takes input from fleet customers on the severity level of a given fault, etc.
The company is working with telematics providers including Trimble, Omnitracs, and Geotab to provide the data. The system is available now.