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Navistar partners with Cloudera to enhance its connected vehicles services

Navistar’s remote diagnostics platform, OnCommand Connection, is built on Cloudera Enterprise. It leverages data feeds from telematics service providers and combines them with meteorological, geographical, vehicle usage, traffic, historical warranty and parts inventory information to provide real-time vehicle performance data

Cloudera announced increased support for Navistar to accelerate their Internet of Things (IoT) and connected vehicle journey. With Cloudera Enterprise, Navistar has built a large scalable platform that enables them to ingest and store multiple data sources and formats—including data from sensors in vehicles in order to deliver predictive vehicle maintenance, system diagnostics and management, and route optimization—all in an effort to maintain consistent on-time delivery and minimal vehicle downtime.

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Navistar’s remote diagnostics platform, OnCommand Connection, is built on Cloudera Enterprise. It leverages data feeds from telematics service providers and combines them with meteorological, geographical, vehicle usage, traffic, historical warranty and parts inventory information to provide real-time vehicle performance data. The platform allows Navistar to run ad-hoc analysis and predictive modeling to detect potential maintenance issues on customers’ trucks before they occur.

Navistar is able to offer analytics as a service to their customers, who can now monitor the performance of their trucks in real time from their smartphones or tablets, and use the resulting insights to schedule planned maintenance, thereby reducing unplanned repairs and downtime.

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