Noregon to release mid-October update for JPRO Professional

Noregon to release mid-October update for JPRO Professional

Noregon has revealed details about the third major update of 2019 for JPRO Professional, which will be available mid-October at no additional cost to active subscribers.

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Noregon has revealed details about the third major update of 2019 for JPRO Professional, which will be available mid-October at no additional cost to active subscribers.

Through a mutual collaboration, Noregon and Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC (Bendix) worked to further enhance the functionality for Bendix components within JPRO Professional and NextStep Fault Guidance.

With JPRO Professional 2019 V3, technicians can remain resident in a single application to diagnose and troubleshoot Bendix systems along with all other ECUs on the vehicle, Noregon says. Technicians working on Bendix components through JPRO will find what the company says is a user-friendly interface, plus detailed fault descriptions and the ability to switch between components instantly.

The release includes additional coverage and bi-directional tests for Bendix systems and other major component and vehicle manufacturers. Additionally, built-in education and troubleshooting features underwent enhancements to help technicians gain access to information including tech tip articles and training videose. To assist with training, a new configuration of JPRO’s Virtual Truck is included in the release.

Noregon also recently collaborated with Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks North America to use the interface of Noregon’s real-time fleet asset management application, TripVision, in Mack’s and Volvo’s new dynamic maintenance. Dynamic maintenance is a connected vehicle maintenance service that seeks to improve fleet operations efficiency through proactive and flexible vehicle-specific maintenance planning.

Noregon representatives will be discussing these initiatives and more at the ATA MCE Conference Oct. 5-9 in their booth #7059.

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