The integration makes all data from various OEMs and Geotab’s GO devices available in one platform.
The X-series vocational trucks will be adding a new active brake assist feature, among other options.
Daimler says that this happened despite supply bottlenecks in important regions.
Daimler Truck says it intends to integrate the LiDAR sensors directly in its production process.
These vehicles will be utilized to pick up parts from various supplier locations in the Pacific Northwest and deliver them to DTNA’s consolidation center in Portland.
The Class 4 and 5 medium-duty electric trucks are set to begin deliveries in Q4.
Aufdemberg is general manager of product strategy and market development for Daimler Trucks North America.
The integration will incorporate Hexagon Purus’ battery systems, auxiliary modules, power modules and vehicle-level software.
The eM2 is built on the Freightliner M2 106 Plus platform and features a battery electric Detroit ePowertrain.
The extended coverage comes with genuine OEM parts and service through DTNA’s dealer service network.
Before joining Greenlane, he held the position of president and chief operating officer of EV Connect.
The event featured access to Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) facilities, leadership, and the latest Western Star X-Series lineup.