The multitude of sensors on today’s trucks provide a bigger operation picture that informs the fault code analysis coming from your service solution providers.
API. It’s a confusing acronym for the even more confusing “application programming interface.” An API is the way that data communicates and integrates.
You’re already using augmented reality. Every time you turn a football game on TV, augmented reality shows you the first down marker, the line of scrimmage and the yardage your team has to move the ball. Today’s heavy-duty service training solutions bring that same enhanced view of your shop to your lineup of technicians.
Atlas Trucking relied on third-party service providers until about four years ago when the fleet decided to take its service matters into its own hands.
The service jobs your shop tackles may differ from those of the fleet next door, but there’s likely one commonality between those brave enough to run their own service operation: preventative maintenance. Looking for easy wins to improve your service throughput and minimize unplanned downtime? Start there.
Equipment data is of no use to your shop if it’s behind a dashboard you never log into.
It’s more than just having the right tool. It’s also knowing how you use it.
As a heavy-duty service manager, you’re already on the chopping block when it comes to service profitability and productivity. Wouldn’t you like to do better?
New, complex components mean more complex diagnostics.
Data isn’t going to do it for you.