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After a successful four-month pilot program, Volvo Trucks’ Driver Display Activation (DDA) application went into full production on Nov. 30, 2020. The new enhancement to Remote Programming, as part of Volvo Trucks’ Remote Diagnostics bundle of Uptime Services, now allows operators to directly activate over-the-air system updates within minutes at the next convenient time and location – whether that is at their next rest stop or back at the shop.
Volvo Trucks North America is providing a new level of support to its customers during COVID-19 by extending the coverage period for its Volvo Trucks Uptime Services support bundle at no cost through the end of the year, or for a minimum of three months (whichever is longer).
Certified Uptime professionals in the Volvo Trucks North America dealer network are using their training, standard processes and facilities to support customers safely and responsibly within the current restrictive conditions.
Volvo Trucks North America continues to provide customers with exceptional uptime support amid the current COVID-19 situation. As always, Volvo Action Service (VAS) is enabling customers to connect with highly trained uptime experts for 24/7 assistance to quickly manage service, connectivity solutions, schedule repairs and tackle any other issues they experience amid the pandemic to ensure maximized uptime.
Volvo Trucks North America will display the most recent upgrades to its uptime and connectivity solutions in its booth (No. 2203) at the Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) 2020 Annual Meeting February 24-27, 2020 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Attendees will experience first-hand how Volvo VNL and VNR models increase customers’ productivity and feature the latest in connected solutions.
Volvo Trucks is rolling out a new version of its Remote Programming services called Driver Display Activation. The new service allows drivers to update software and parameters at any time, from anywhere they have cellular service. Remote Programming Driver Display Activation will be available Q4 2020.
As a global leader in connectivity, Volvo Trucks is at the forefront of developing, testing and introducing commercially viable transport solutions equipped with state-of-the-art technologies. The company announced a milestone of reaching over 200,000 connected vehicles in North America on October 28, 2019 at the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2019, Volvo Trucks introduced a wide range of innovative products and services to further improve fuel efficiency, connectivity and uptime for its customers.
Volvo Trucks has partnered with world-class telematics leader Geotab to provide an integrated Electronic Logging Device (ELD) solution for all Volvo-powered trucks model-year 2015 and newer.
Volvo Trucks introduces dynamic maintenance, a connected vehicle maintenance service which seeks to improve fleet operations efficiency through proactive and flexible vehicle-specific maintenance planning.