TripVision can now provide maintenance-related faults. - Photo: Noregon

TripVision can now provide maintenance-related faults.

Photo: Noregon

Noregon now has an update for TripVision, its remote diagnostic application for telematics providers. The new function enhances the application’s preventive maintenance and tracking capabilities by allowing fleets to add non-connected assets to their digital fleet management portfolio.

Noregon said the enhancement enables users to add vehicles and assets to their digital fleet within TripVision, even if those vehicles are not connected to a telematics system.

“Improving their preventive maintenance process is one of the best ways fleets can increase uptime rates,” said Brian Sexton, Noregon product manager. “With this update, the same PM tracking benefits fleets use today for their connected tractors can now be applied to their non-connected assets, like trailers.”

TripVision’s PM feature enables fleets to track user-defined PM schedules and events while adding notes and comments for maintenance professionals and others within the organization. Fleets utilize this feature to heighten visibility into PM schedules and maximize asset availability rates, the company said.

“Many fleets still use an arduous process for tracking PM events, such as maintaining spreadsheets and manually thumbing through repair orders,” explained Sexton. “This release helps our fleet customers automate parts of the process so any approved fleet member can have round-the-clock insights into the PM status of a fleet asset, whether it is connected to a telematics device or offline.”

More information can be found on the company’s website.

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