LENOX, Mass. and KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Idle Smart, a leading provider of idle reduction and vehicle uptime solutions, today announced SmartAlert™, a new feature on its customer dashboard and the latest in the company's line of leading-edge idle reduction and remote management solutions. Idle Smart will include SmartAlert™ as a standard feature as part of all new shipments and it is also available at no extra cost to all customers on Idle Smart's second-generation software platform.
"Fleet managers and operators are often provided too much information, and so our customers are always looking for information that is both specific and actionable," said Andy Iglesias, VP product at Idle Smart. "SmartAlert™ allows fleets the ability to receive proactive notifications based on their preferences so that they are able to minimize expensive and time-consuming maintenance intervals and maximize vehicle uptime and fuel savings."
Features available with SmartAlert™ include:
- Notification of fault codes and operational errors to identify active vehicle issues
- Complete workflow management by terminal, shift, time of day, and day of week
- Configurable performance thresholds and metrics for all standard Idle Smart features
- Performance monitoring for all OEM and aftermarket battery APU systems
"Idle Smart's SmartAlert™ utilizes industry-leading messaging platforms and the reliability of LTE networks to deliver a seamless and reliable customer experience across North America," said Iglesias. "In addition, fleets benefit from being able to have an unlimited number of users without any monthly subscription fees or charges."
About Idle Smart
Founded in 2007, Idle Smart is a leading provider of automated engine start stop solutions that reduces overnight idle time and maintains fleet uptime by keeping batteries charged and engines warm. Idle Smart seamlessly works across all makes and models of vehicles and is backed by a Lifetime Product Warranty. For more information, visit www.idlesmart.com or follow us on Twitter.
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