Samsara, Navistar partner to launch integrated fleet management solution

Samsara, Navistar partner to launch integrated fleet management solution

Samsara and Navistar have formed a strategic partnership to offer an integrated fleet management solution for International trucks.

The companies say this includes two new integrations that will streamline data sharing between both platforms and empower customers to bring embedded telematics data from International 360 into the Samsara platform and make Samsara fault code data available in Navistar OnCommand Connection (OCC).

Bringing data from the telematics devices embedded in International trucks into Samsara through the International 360 platform makes it easy to bring data like GPS location, odometer, speed, engine hours and fuel level into Samsara automatically without having to install any aftermarket hardware, the companies say.

In addition, through integration with the Navistar OnCommand Connection platform, customers can automatically bring fault codes captured by the Samsara Vehicle Gateway into OnCommand Connection in order to get real-time insights into vehicle health and maintenance needs, the companies say.

Other examples of this partnership include Samsara building support for ELD capabilities and compatibility with the Samsara AI dash cam, both of which will be available soon. Also, Navistar has started deploying Samsara technology across their internal fleet of vehicles to help with testing and quality assurance efforts.

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