Phillips Connect partners with Noregon

Phillips Connect partners with Noregon

The companies joined forces to integrate Connect1 trailer data into the TripVision Remote Diagnostics system.

Phillips Connect announced a partnership with Noregon, aimed at integrating Connect1 trailer data into Noregon’s TripVision Remote Diagnostics system. The company says this collaboration allows for the exchange of essential health data from Connect1, including specifics like location, odometer readings, brake diagnostics and overall health status of trailers into the TripVision interface. The integration promises to bolster TripVision’s functionality by incorporating in-depth trailer health and brake fault data, along with direct connections to Connect1 for thorough insights, according to Phillips Connect.

Through this collaboration, Phillips Connect says it and Noregon are working to enhance maintenance solutions that are available to the market. This integration offers enhanced information on ABS and brake faults among other critical diagnostics, according to the company, providing fleet operators with actionable insights.

Phillips Connect and Noregon say they aim to improve the maintenance and operational efficiency of fleets, ensuring that vehicles are maintained with the most up-to-date information available. By making Phillips Connect’s trailer data available through TripVision, the company says that fleets can access a comprehensive understanding of their vehicle’s health, allowing them to respond to issues in real time, and make informed maintenance decisions based on the tractor and trailer’s condition.

“Our integration with TripVision is a game-changer for the industry,” says Rob Phillips, chief executive officer and founder of Phillips Connect. “By bringing together the best of what both our companies have to offer, we’re enabling fleets to operate with an efficiency and clarity that was previously unattainable. This is about providing our customers with the tools they need to succeed in a competitive landscape.”

“As Noregon looks to the future of fleet management, our partnership with Phillips Connect is a pivotal step towards that vision,” says Bill Hathaway, executive chairman and founder of Noregon. “This collaboration represents a groundbreaking approach to fleet monitoring, maintenance, and service. It enables us to offer unparalleled insights into fleet health, ensuring that our customers can achieve higher efficiency and reliability in their operations.”

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