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Lytx Announces Two Fleet Tech Enhancements

July 14, 2021
New predictive functions are now available for small- to medium-sized businesses with light-duty fleets.

SAN DIEGO — July 13, 2021 — Lytx® -- a global provider of machine vision and artificial intelligence-powered all-in-one video telematics, analytics, productivity and safety solutions for fleets of all sizes and types -- announced two new fleet technology solutions:

  • Diagnostic Trouble Codes
  • Preventative Maintenance.

Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and Preventative Maintenance features are now available for small- to medium-sized businesses with light-duty fleets. These new features are included in Lytx’s Fleet Tracking Service, with data collected using the Lytx DriveCam® device via an Engine Control Module (ECM) cable with no extra equipment and at no additional charge in order to deliver a convenient, all-in-one maintenance solution to our clients.

Rajesh Rudraradhya, Lytx’s chief technology officer, said the new features will help fleet manager and drivers adapt to multiple siloed technologies, which tend to make business management needlessly difficult. 

“At Lytx, we're working to connect the data that is in different systems to give customers what they need in one control pane within the Lytx portal. This gives clients the power to focus on what matters – saving time, reducing costs, and delivering the best for their customers,” Rudraradhya said.

Diagnostic Trouble Codes notify clients when something is wrong, and enable faster resolution of maintenance issues and reduce vehicle down time. Vehicle misfires, emissions problems and thousands of additional codes.

The Preventive Maintenance feature helps fleet managers set up regular service intervals, proactively maintaining vehicles to keep them running safely and efficiently, avoiding costly downtime and extending the life of their expensive assets. 

Both new features are available now for light-duty fleets equipped with the Lytx DriveCam SF64 device, or more recent device models, and an OBD-II ECM cable. These features will be available later in the year for heavy-duty fleets.