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ATA renews tech company Noregon as featured provider

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) recently renewed Noregon as a featured product provider, the association said.

“ATA is thrilled to continue our relationship with Noregon, a company that consistently brings state of the art solutions to market in the trucking industry,” said Chris Spear, ATA president and CEO. “Noregon is a great example of how a major industry influencer can get involved in ATA and help our fleets experience a return on their investment.”

Noregon is an Internet of Things (IoT) company specializing in connected vehicle solutions.

“We are excited to extend our relationship with the American Trucking Associations as a featured product provider,” said Tim Bigwood, Noregon CEO. “The ATA provides a tremendous amount of support to the industry and works directly with the fleets and other industry leaders who benefit the most from products like TripVision and NextStep."

TripVision is Noregon’s real-time fleet asset management solution. It monitors the health, safety and performance of the truck and is available across all makes and models, making it accessible to use industry-wide. According to the company, TripVision can help reduce repair costs, decrease breakdowns and maximize vehicle uptime through analysis of hundreds of real-time data points.

TripVision updates in 2019 are expected to include many new features and functionalities. Details will be announced March 19 at the TMC 2019 Annual Meeting in Atlanta GA, the company said.

In conjunction with TripVision, Noregon developed NextStep, which provides troubleshooting and repair information through live vehicle data. NextStep works to improve truck repair processes by providing features such as wiring diagrams and test procedures.


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