Allison Transmission has come to the Geotab Marketplace, giving fleets simpler access to data on the health of their transmissions.
Allison Connected Services offers insights on diagnostic and maintenance information such as oil and filter life, clutch health and transmission information for fourth and fifth-generation Allison transmissions, the company announced at the American Trucking Associations' Technology & Maintenance Council Annual Meeting.
Going one step further, drivers will receive recommendations from Allison Transmission on the appropriate next steps to address maintenance requirements, including guidance to the nearest Allison dealer to have maintenance items addressed quickly and efficiently.
“We are proud to launch our partnership with Geotab as part of an ongoing journey to provide fleets with actionable information to support their fourth- and fifth-generation Allison transmissions back to model year 2006,” said Branden Harbin, Allison managing director, global marketing. “With a shared commitment to powering the global connected vehicle ecosystem by giving customers the insights they need to manage their fleets, we are able to better equip our customers with tools that ultimately help lead to increased productivity, safety and performance in the trucking industry and beyond.”
Allison Connected Services currently supports 1000 Series, 2000 Series, 3000 Series, 4000 Series and H40/50 EP using fourth-generation controls software from 2009 through 2017 and currently available Allison fifth Generation Controls software.
“Integration with Allison allows Geotab to provide a more comprehensive offering to medium- and heavy-duty commercial fleets through a world-class partner,” said Scott Sutarik, Geotab VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions, “with a solution that eliminates the need for separate apps and web pages when viewing Allison data.”
To learn more about the Geotab and Allison Connected Services visit: https://marketplace.geotab.com/solutions/allison-transmission/.