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Noregon Launches TripVision Safety Management

October 01, 2016

By Evan Lockridge

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Noregon's Director of Telematics Sales says TripVision is ideal for fleets that operate trucks from different makers. Photo: Evan Lockridge
Noregon's Director of Telematics Sales says TripVision is ideal for fleets that operate trucks from different makers. Photo: Evan Lockridge

LAS VEGAS -- Vehicle data company Noregon introduced TripVision, a product available through major telematics providers, giving a detailed, real-time view into every vehicle in the entire fleet through any internet-connected device.

Announced the day before the official start of the American Trucking Associations annual Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, TripVision gives fleet dispatchers actionable fault information and aggregated health/safety scores and recommendations to easily determine vehicle readiness. All pertinent information is organized in an easy-to-consume format. Customizable fault management options can be set to meet the exact needs of any fleet.

TripVision covers all heavy-duty vehicle makes, models and components.

The ability to have a clear line-of-sight into the health and safety status of every vehicle, as well as its fault history, is a major benefit for fleet managers, according to Bill Hathaway, Noregon founder and CEO.

“We were hearing complaints from fleets that they were receiving an overwhelming amount of confusing fault data,” he said. “This led us to create TripVision so dispatchers could receive actionable information with expert recommendations for managing those faults."

Noregon is largely known for its JPro product line, an advanced in-shop diagnostic and repair system that includes detailed troubleshooting information to expedite the repair process, according to the company.

David Haun, director of telematics sales at Noregon, told reporters in Las Vegas that TripVision can help fleets who have vehicles from different truck makers. “They’re going to have different engine platforms, different truck brands. How are they going to manage that if they have to go into three different systems?” The answer, he said, is TripVision.

Noregon expects TripVision to build upon JPro’s success by adding an in-vehicle solution to their suite of products.

“We work diligently to stay ahead of industry trends," said Dave Covington, vice president of product development. "With telematics poised for tremendous growth, fleets want to take advantage of the data produced by their vehicles. Our solution gives them a real-time health and safety picture of their vehicle; this is unprecedented in the industry.”

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