Detroit Connect Virtual TechnicianTM
Together, Zonar and Daimler are shaping the future of smart fleet management
Manufacturers partnering in OEM-fashion isn’t unique in the transportation industry. So what is truly ground-breaking about Zonar's partnership with Daimler Trucks North America? Zonar doesn't just supply parts to be factory-installed on DTNA's Freightliner, Western Star and Thomas Built Buses. Together we combine two sets of diverse expertise—Daimler's best-in-class truck design with Zonar's patented innovative analytics hardware and software—to transform how our shared customers gain greater performance.
The Zonar ConnectTM tablet enhances Virtual Technician for a full suite of solutions
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Undisputed Smart Fleet LeadershipIn 2010, Zonar began working with DTNA—the world’s largest truck manufacturer— to develop the Virtual Technician diagnostic system engineered into Detroit Diesel engines. Zonar’s technology is now used in more than 200,000+ Daimler trucks. A concept born out of airline flight data recorders, Virtual Technician records critical vehicle performance data immediately before, during and after a fault occurs, giving Detroit engineers the most relevant information to interpret your fault codes. Within minutes you'll have a preliminary diagnosis, expert recommendations and directions to nearby service locations with the available parts, if needed.
Watch and see why Texas-based Tex-Mix Concrete relies on Detroit Virtual Technician equipped Freightliner trucks to get the job done.WATCH VIDEO
US Foods has approximately 12,000 vehicles in its fleet. Detroit Virtual Technician keeps the fleet up and running by allowing the company to pinpoint specifically what's wrong and address it right then and there.WATCH VIDEO