Watch the recording of our webinar, Driving the Digital Transition to Paperless Service Management, as we discussed transitioning into paperless service management.
Electric truck companies’ pursuit of a zero-emissions future has yet to knock out vehicles powered by natural gas as the waste industry’s preferred fuel alternative. But the long view increasingly focuses on electric collection vehicles, even while investment in natural gas continues in the near term.
Ford is ditching the traditional method of integrating telematics, avoiding costly and time-consuming aftermarket hardware installations and instead introducing proprietary telematics systems for fleets that use their models and allowing access to data through their open-platform Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC).
When looking for ways to reduce costs and save time in work truck fleet management, digitizing your documents should be one of your first stops.
Decisiv SRM is now triggering service events based on data from CyntrX telematics devices on leased and fleet vehicles
Connected trucks may have only been on the road for about five years, but they have already had a significant impact on how trucks are diagnosed and serviced.
The ability to predict parts failures and to develop VIN-specific preventive maintenance programs are two benefits that fleets can achieve if harnessing the power of connectivity.
The self-driving technology company Waymo Via will pilot Peterbilt 579 trucks on runs from Dallas to El Paso and Houston.
NACFE’s recently released report proposes a framework for prioritizing regions for electric truck deployments based on differences in key enabling traits.
Remote training options can keep fleet personnel up to date on the latest service and maintenance practices.
Automated Trucking, A Technical Milestone That Could Disrupt Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs, Hits the Road
Companies are already testing driverless trucks on America’s roads. The technology will bring untold profits, but it may cost thousands of truckers their livelihoods.
The appearance of COVID-19 may have slowed down the trucking industry, but the electrification of trucks continues to push forward through the pandemic.