Noregon’s remote diagnostic application, TripVision Uptime, is now available for purchase, an all makes and models web-based application that gives fleets and vehicle owners the ability to monitor the health, safety, and performance status of all their trucks in real time.
When vehicle issues arise, users can remotely clear fault codes, initiate bi-directional controls, and configure vehicle parameters. The information is presented in a more consumable format, allowing fleets to detect problems and act on them quicker.
The application utilizes color-coordinated health and safety scores, so customers know at a glance which vehicles need attention. Configurable alerts also warn fleets about issues that most matter to them.
“We see this technology as the future for diagnostics and repairs and recognize the tremendous uptime opportunities it presents our fleet customers,” said Noregon CEO Tim Bigwood.
Noregon also introduced predictive fault technology to the application, called TripVision Uptime, which gives users predictive health scores when faults are expected to escalate into more serious issues, including the likelihood of an escalation and a mileage range for when the escalation will likely occur.