The Case for AI-based Integrated Vehicle Health Management: To reduce OEM costs and the total cost of ownership (TCO) for consumers and fleets, new methods are needed to detect, predict, and diagnose vehicle health issues – quickly, efficiently and ahead of serious part or system failures.
To take full advantage of the treasure trove of data that smart cars already provide and will continue to provide in years to come, a new approach is needed. The ideal fleet management solution focuses both on the fleet as a whole and on each vehicle within.
Running a healthy – not to mention profitable – fleet of vehicles requires the juggling skills of a circus performer. No matter the size of the fleet, small or massive, the challenges, pitfalls and concerns differ only in scale.
Questar’s technology enables fleet owners and OEMs to predict vehicle failures and cut costs. The solution is integrated with Microsoft Azure IoT and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service at TMC in Collaboration with DSA.
What exactly led trucking fleets to become such a significant challenge in the U.S. supply chain? And what can fleet owners do in 2022 to lessen the impact of the supply chain crisis?
OEMs and trucking fleet owners are taking unprecedented strides towards making fleets greener and will likely continue to do so as an influx of emission regulations take hold.
Partnering with telematics specialist Questar, the premium tire manufacturer has combined information from tire sensors and telemetry data for vehicles in the fleet with a specially developed algorithm in the cloud.
The AI-Driven Automotive Solution that Converts Vehicle Data into Actionable Insights. Using advanced AI and deep learning technologies, Questar can predict vehicle health events before they affect customers.