Every fleet owner is aware of the effects that maintenance and repairs can have on the bottom line. What they might not fully understand is just how much of an impact it really has. Nearly 10 percent of fleet operating expenses are attributed to maintenance and repairs, but the most striking statistic is that these costs have risen 53 percent in the past seven years!
As telematics continue to improve at a rapid rate, one of the more impressive new technologies transforming how fleets approach maintenance and repair costs is Extended Fault Monitoring. This technology takes traditional diagnostic capabilities to new heights where there is more robust fault detection, OEM and supplier integration, and scalability.
“Advanced Diagnostics,” the next webinar in our 2016 Transportation Trends series will explore this. On Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. ET, Omnitracs, alongside representatives from Navistar and Cummins, will explain how advanced diagnostics capabilities are enabling a proactive approach to maintenance and repairs. Be sure to tune in, as industry experts will be providing insight that could give your fleet an edge on the competition.
In addition to the Nov. 18 session on “Advanced Diagnostics,” keep an eye out for additional details on future webinars in the series that are sure to help you make sense of the latest industry trends and learn how to apply them to your fleet:
- Optimal Tools for Delivery Efficiency
- Vehicle to Vehicle Connection and Autonomous Trucks
If you haven’t registered yet, please visit: http://fleet.omnitracs.com/advanced-diagnostics-registration.html
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