Integrated real-time data aims to enhance heavy-duty trucking fleet efficiency, safety and productivity.
FirstFleet has announced an integration with Motive and Platform Science, adding Motive’s AI Dashcam and safety data and Platform Science’s Virtual Vehicle platform to its fleet of more than 3,000 vehicles. FirstFleet hauls consumer goods, groceries, and paper products across the United States. According to Motive and Platform Science, the benefits of this partnership include:
Users can have tire pressure and temperature information displayed in cab on a Platform Science tablet via the Doran TPMS mobile app.
The Virtual Vehicle platform acts as the operating layer through which any application can collaborate with another.
Halo Drive is an automated pre-trip tire inspection tool to deliver tire health insights to drivers.
Through this partnership, Motive becomes an approved vendor for safety solutions on the Platform Science Marketplace.
This collaboration offers fleets solutions that provide real-time visibility into vehicle condition, the companies say.
PACCAR says this investment backs up its recent integration of Platform Science’s Virtual Vehicle technology with the PACCAR Connect telematics system.
Luma Brighter Learning provides online and blended learning programs.
Platform Science’s Virtual Vehicle aims to be the operating system of the trucking industry.
Kenworth and Platform Science join forces to optimize fleet operations with integrated trucks and telematics.
They’ll develop a connected products ecosystem for medium-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, launching in 2024.