Noregon announced a major update to its TripVision remote diagnostic application which identifies vehicles with health, safety, or performance issues and helps fleets determine the correct action plan based on the vehicle’s condition.
The latest update – which is now available for all users – includes enhancements to the platform’s interface and introduces features such as ADAS fault alerts, fault oscillation, and new dashboards.
New Features in the Noregon TripVision Update
- An alert for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) component faults notifies the user when these systems produce a fault.
- Ability to set alerts in TripVision for faults that oscillate between active and inactive.
“Oscillating faults helps our customers identify looming issues on their vehicles. When faults bounce back and forth between active and inactive there’s often a short or other electrical problem. Fleets can use this information to determine if a repair needs to be made before the fault becomes permanently active and affects the health or safety status of the vehicle,” said Chung.
- Two new dashboards are now available in TripVision. Expanding upon the existing dashboard that groups vehicles by issues such as PMs due or vehicles in severe health states, the executive and maintenance dashboards provide valuable information for benchmarking and tracking fleet performance over time.
“For all of TripVision’s advanced capabilities, we recognize the most important aspect of the tool is a user-friendly design that’s easy to navigate,” said Jack Chung, vice president of of product management for Noregon in a press release. “We updated the interface to make it a more intuitive process for fleet personnel to quickly get critical information about their vehicles.”
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