Freightliner has Added Detroit Connect remote for Cascadia spec with Detroit engines

Freightliner has Added Detroit Connect remote for Cascadia spec with Detroit engines
Freightliner has included Detroit Connect Remote Updates for Cascadia tractors spec’d with Detroit motors, the organization declared Wednesday.
Through Remote Updates, armadas can make over-the-air (OTA) motor parameter changes on at least one trucks and download Detroit Diesel Electronic Control (DDEC) reports without having to physically touch the vehicle. Remote Updates can be effectively executed remotely by means of the Detroit Connect entrance.
“Clients don’t have to call us to make refreshes,” says Jason Krajewski, executive of availability for Daimler Trucks North America.
The Remote Updates benefit is cell based, permitting parameter changes, DDEC downloads and powertrain firmware updates to be made safely by means of the Detroit Connect entry, anyplace, whenever inasmuch as there is a cell association.
Remote Updates enable clients to roll out improvements to parameters on the new Cascadia, particularly street speed, journey speed, sit still shutdown by time and sit out of gear shutdown by temperature. Krajewski says it likewise gives access to DDEC reports, which offer key measurements on driver conduct and vehicle execution. It gives bits of knowledge on mileage, time spent in top apparatus, time spent in voyage control and the sky is the limit from there.
Remote Updates is empowered by the Detroit Connect stage and is a piece of the Detroit Connect suite of associated vehicle administrations, which likewise incorporates Detroit Connect Virtual Technician and Detroit Connect Analytics.
All Detroit Connect administrations are available through the Detroit Connect entry. Through the entryway, armada supervisors can get to vehicle blame occasion and execution information to additionally develop their insight about their general armada wellbeing.