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  • Volvo Connect News


    I-Coaching Report

    The I-Coaching report shows driver performance related parameters like Harsh braking, Overspeeding and Excessive idling.

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    Volvo Connect Maintenance March 26

  • Now the Tracking Report has support for multiple vehicles. Select “Filter” and “Vehicle” and select all vehicles that you want to view events for.

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    Notifications for Zero Emission Zones

    You will now be notified when your hybrid vehicles deviate from the rules set in the zone, e.g. by driving on combustion engine within a Zero Emission zone.

  • You can now see detail descriptions of permissions per user role in the User Administration Tool. As a User Administrator, you will get guidance directly in Volvo Connect to select the right roles for the users of your fleet.

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    Updates in Map Tool

    Your vehicles’ Battery Voltage readings are now visible in the Map Tool. You can view the last known Battery Voltage of your vehicles as well as the Battery Voltage for each historical event in Position History.

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    Hybrid Data in Reports

    New parameters for hybrid vehicles are available in Report service. These parameters let you track electric distance and electric time, including driving and idling time, for your hybrid vehicles.

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    Volvo Connect tips & tricks

    We asked our expert Lisa Engkvist to share some of her favourite tips and tricks for getting more value out of Volvo Connect.

  • After decades of steady improvement, the reduction of traffic accidents in Europe has now stagnated, which is hindering the EU’s target of halving fatalities by 2030. However, Peter Danielsson, Safety Director at Volvo Buses, believes that the target is obtainable.

  • As Warsaw mobilises to tackle its chronic air pollution, creating cleaner public transport is proving vital for making the Polish capital more liveable for everyone.

  • Loud and disruptive noise is a growing health problem in cities. Quieter and cleaner electric buses are one way to address the problem. Meet noise expert Janos Turcsany who explains how.

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