LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY — Navistar unveiled three new OnCommand Connect Telematics offerings at the Mid-America Truck Show, including its new, OnCommand Connection Telematics.

The new system supports all makes and models of Class 6 through 8 vehicles, provided they are equipped weight a J1939 or J1708 diagnostic port. This new system integrates and interprets vehicle health information from multiple telematics sources in an integrated approach with a user-friendly interface. The system is designed to give owner-operators and small fleets the same telematics-enabled diagnostic powers that big fleets enjoy.

OnCommand Connection Marketplace is a new, open-architecture, cloud-based, technology platform for a broad range of driver support tools. The first app supported by this system is the OnCommand Electronic Driver Log (ELD) which automates Federal Hours of Service compliance requirements mandated for all carriers by Dec. 18, 2017. Other tools, such as driver inspection reports, will become available later.

OnCommand Connection Telematics, OnCommand Connection Marketplace and the Electronic Driver Log app will be available mid-summer at International Truck dealerships, select retail locations and online.