Hino Trucks introduced Hino Edge, the company’s all-new, third-generation connected vehicle solution. Hino Edge combines the digital connection between the fleet customer, dealer network, telematics service providers (TSPs), and Hino Ultimate Support Center, to provide customers a competitive edge.
Mack Trucks dealer Northwest Equipment Sales, based in Boise, Idaho, is now a Certified Electric Vehicle Dealer, making it the first Mack dealer in the Northwest United States to achieve that status. Pictured left to right is Jesse, Hibler, dealer principal, and Dan Brady, branch manager of Northwest Equipment’s Boise facility.
Addresses major gap in availability of a mature, modular, integrated middleware solution that allows mobility OEMs to manage the continual increase in software complexity while retaining full control of architecture.
Commercial trucking executive brings three decades of industry experience to lead Decisiv’s acceleration of their sales, partnering and new market development.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America confirmed Oct. 15 a long-term collaboration with service management platform provider Decisiv. Isuzu Connect is being launched as part of the venture intended to streamline communications within its dealership network. That includes organizing documentation, more timely estimates, increased repair accuracy, increased efficiency and less days out of service.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc., distributor of low-cab-forward trucks, confirmed a long-term collaboration with Decisiv, a provider of dealer Service Relationship Management (SRM) software. The program, branded as Isuzu Connect, has been enhanced for the Isuzu dealer network, and is being implemented in all Isuzu commercial truck dealerships across the United States and Canada over a multi-year rollout plan.
Isuzu Connect aims to improve quality and efficiency for dealership users as well as overall customer satisfaction, retention, and repeat business.
Daimler Trucks North America announced a milestone for its medium- and heavy-duty battery-electric truck development program as participating fleets using 40 trucks reached a cumulative total of 1 million miles of real-world usage along the West Coast and Canada.
The magic of VMRS is that it organizes your truck service events into uniform data that can be analyzed and used to bring down repair costs. The catch is that it’s complicated. Enter Decisiv’s VMRS Encoding wizardry.
Daimler Truck and Torc Robotics are in their third year of partnership, and are working toward commercialization of the first scalable, profitable Level 4 autonomous truck.
Volvo Autonomous Solutions and Aurora have developed a prototype on-highway autonomous truck for the North American market.
Greensboro-based Volvo Trucks North America is partnering with innovative Silicon Valley startups at its Innovation Lab to develop the charging infrastructure for its VNR Electric truck, as well as other industry advancements.
It was the “technology” portion of ATA’s Technology and Maintenance Council’s namesake that took center stage at its 2021 Fall Meeting recently held in Cleveland. While that should come as no surprise, the focus of the technology might: trailers. From electrification to service to telematics, trailers saw a huge focus in boosting fleet productivity.
Decisiv Inc., a provider of Service Relationship Management (SRM) solutions, announced a new VMRS encoding for fleets solution. VMRS encoding analyzes individual service operations using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to interpret information captured during the creation of a repair order and assigns appropriate VMRS codes to completed operations.
Decisiv announced an automated encoding system for fleets using Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards.