Thermo King launches TracKing Pro telematics offering

Thermo King launches TracKing Pro telematics offering

The advanced algorithm and predictive analytics capabilities make it possible to anticipate where failures may occur and provide the necessary alerts in advance.

Thermo King recently announced the launch of TracKing Pro telematics. The company says that this telematics service uses machine learning to estimate fuel usage and increase fleet uptime.

Thermo King notes that its TracKing Pro telematics platform offers an energy usage dashboard on select units that provides insights into fuel consumption, electricity usage and opportunities to enhance uptime.

In addition, the advanced algorithm and predictive analytics capabilities make it possible to anticipate where failures may occur and provide the necessary alerts in advance, the press release notes. The predictive alert notifications and enhanced alarm details enable proactive issue response and resolution.

The company notes that using information from billions of weekly data points from active Thermo King units in transport, the benchmark analytics dashboard provides metric-based insights from across the industry. Customers can compare their fleet’s energy usage and operations with best-in-class fleets, according to the press release.

TracKing Pro telematics enables customers to quantify their fleet’s CO2 emissions in metric tons for both diesel and electric standby operations, according to the company. With this data, fleets can operate more sustainably and reduce their carbon footprint as they work toward meeting organizational ESG goals.

Additionally, TracKing Pro telematics summarizes quantitative data and provides reports on it. According to the press release, TracKing Pro telematics is included with the Thermo King Remote Operating Center, which provides rapid roadside assistance for transport refrigeration units (TRU).

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