Keeping your trucks at work
Volvo Trucks has been monitoring certain components to optimize service planning and eliminate most unplanned stops for years. But some malfunctions are difficult if not impossible to predict. Until now.
New methods for monitoring and analyzing truck data in real time and machine learning are opening exciting opportunities to improve truck uptime even further. Think of it as your sixth sense.
Increasing uptime is not a single journey. It involves a lot of different activities that need to take place in different areas. This is why we are doing real time monitoring, introducing machine learning and increasing our capabilities to monitor more trucks. It’s all part of our continuous effort to keep our customers’ trucks on the road.
VP Uptime & AM Vehicle Requirements, Volvo Trucks
Machine learning allows us to go far beyond engineering skills and handle large amounts of data that simply was not possible before. Now we can find critical, hidden patterns to more accurately predict component failures that might occur even further into the future.
Data Scientist, Service operations – Uptime and aftermarket vehicle requirements, Volvo Trucks