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Isuzu offers Coretex telematics

Isuzu offers Coretex telematics

NZ Truck & Driver News

 February 2019   
New Zealand's best-selling truck make, Isuzu, has signed a deal with Coretex to supply a suite of telematics for its Kiwi trucks.

Isuzu NZ says that the agreement delivers "advanced technologies designed to support customers vehicle and fleet management needs."

A scalable suite of functions now available via Coretex's I-Path includes web and mobile phone or tablet app-based management, geo-fencing, operating alerts, vehicle reporting, driver scorecards and alerts, two-way messaging, navigation, pre-drive vehicle checks, electronic RUC management and incident recording cameras.

Isuzu Trucks NZ GM Colin Muir says that the partnership allows it to meet customers' needs "for bespoke advanced technology solutions.

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New Zealand's best-selling truck make, Isuzu, has signed a deal with Coretex to supply a suite of telematics for its Kiwi trucks.
Isuzu NZ says that the agreement delivers "advanced technologies designed to support customers vehicle and fleet management needs."
A scalable suite of functions now available via Coretex's I-Path includes web and mobile phone or tablet app-based management, geo-fencing, operating alerts, vehicle reporting, driver scorecards and alerts, two-way messaging, navigation, pre-drive vehicle checks, electronic RUC management and incident recording cameras.
Isuzu Trucks NZ GM Colin Muir says that the partnership allows it to meet customers' needs "for bespoke advanced technology solutions.
"We identified a key customer requirement and worked to bring a solution to market.  Coretex provide exactly what we require in terms of deliverables, so we are rapt to be announcing this partnership.
"We believe this will be of huge benefit to our customers and is an additional reason why people should have a new Isuzu at the top of their consideration list when it comes time to purchase a new truck."
In another enhancement to its trucks, Isuzu NZ has introduced a new 6.2-inch media centre, offering options including Isuzu's advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) – with lane departure warning, forward collision warning and safe following distance indication.
Other options include tyre pressure monitoring, an integrated steering wheel remote, reverse cameras and a wireless phone charging pocket.
Says Muir: "Isuzu NZ is immensely proud to be taking an industry leadership position on technology solutions in the truck market, which continues to elevate the most successful truck brand to a new benchmark.
"We believe many operators who buy premium marques will rethink their perspective on Isuzu, based on the value for money, proven durability and, now, in terms of our advanced vehicle and driver assistance technologies."  


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