Road Ready introduces LogIQ integrated truck data platform

Road Ready introduces LogIQ integrated truck data platform

Road Ready has introduced a new integrated data platform, LogIQ, which integrates data from a several component suppliers with its own trailer telematics system, in order for fleets to obtain data insights from the trailer. The system was introduced at the 2021 American Trucking Associations 2021 Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Exhibition.

Partners on LogIQ include SAF-Holland, Hendrickson, Continental, Right Weigh, Hyundai Translead, ConMet, Stemco, SKF and P.S.I.

“Our new integrated data platform that makes it easier for fleets to obtain insights and obtain the data required to optimize their operation,” said Nada Jiddou, executive vice president and general manager of Road Ready. “It addresses head-on one of the biggest challenges fleets face today.”

According to Road Ready, LogIQ’s technology acts as a universal language decoder, enabling data generated by smart trailer components from LogIQ partners to talk to one another. and facilitating the aggregation of third-party data feeds.

The introduction of the LogIQ integrated data platform gives users complete access through its FleetViz fleet management portal. According to the company, the dashboard delivers a closer look at which assets have active alerts and need attention, providing dynamic reports and insights.

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