Road Ready introduces its next-gen connectivity platform

Road Ready introduces its next-gen connectivity platform

Road Ready unveiled its next-generation connectivity platform, Fus1on, an IoT solution optimized for cloud computing. Fus1on by Road Ready will serve as the new foundation for Road Ready connectivity solutions. The platform is designed to accept and integrate API feeds (a standardized approach that allows disparate apps to exchange data between one another at scale) without the extensive programming time required with custom integration.

Fus1on is built to be able to accept an infinite number of APIs, each of which run queries for specific data requested by the Fus1on platform, which helps Fus1on quickly request, process and display data from multiple sources, the company noted during a press conference held at ATA’s Management Conference and Exhibition (MCE).

Additionally, Fus1on is purpose-built for cloud computing. For the platform, Road Ready partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS), leveraging a cloud computing system that offers built-in features, including leading data security protocols as well as artificial intelligence and robotic process automation functions.

Initially, Fus1on will be introduced as a replacement platform for the current Road Ready and Fleetilla platforms. Soon after launch, Road Ready plans to integrate increased functionality into the platform, including the ability for fleets to see the data from all their assets—trailers, tractors, trucks, containers, and other equipment—all on a single fleet dashboard. Fus1on will also enable near-complete customization opportunities, including the ability to incorporate any data feed they deem necessary, from electronic logging devices (ELDs) to repair service platforms to even enterprise resource planning (ERP) system data.

Road Ready is owned by Michigan-based Clarience Technologies, a global transportation technology provider whose companies include Truck-Lite advanced LED lighting, DAVCO diesel filtration, ECCO safety lighting and warning systems and Pressure Systems International tire pressure monitoring and automatic tire inflation systems.

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