Detroit Connect, Daimler Trucks North America's suite of connected vehicle services, has taken the connected vehicle experience to the next level. Third party telematics service providers can now be integrated into the Detroit Connect platform.
Detroit Diesel Corporation
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For over 70 years, we have designed and built the heavy-duty engines that fuel commerce and transportation across North America and around the world. Our history is the foundation we build on today.
These days, our business is stronger than ever and headed in even more powerful directions. Our engines drive a wide range of heavy-duty vehicles, and now we’re offering our own line of axles built with the same precise engineering and rock-solid durability you expect from our engines. Our engineers are pioneering new innovative technologies that preserve our environment and we’re offering helpful and convenient services like Detroit Virtual Technician™ to keep your business running easily and efficiently. Over the next year, we’ll be rolling out some amazing additional components in our product line, so keep up: we’re running fast and hard.
We believe our new direction deserves a name that recalls our strong past at the heart of American manufacturing, and points the way to our industry-leading future. We’re proud to be part of the rebirth currently taking place in one of America’s greatest cities. So from now on, you can call us simply: Detroit.
Hard-working. Confident. Tough. Detroit.
To those who say American manufacturing is dead, we say: look again. The Motor City is revved up and ready to roll. We’re forging new paths, setting our sights on new destinations, and hiring new people to join our teams. From the trillions of pounds of cargo stocking store shelves, to the millions of schoolchildren driven to school on time, to emergency vehicles saving millions of lives, we are powered by Detroit. Just look under the hood. And then look inside the chassis. We’re putting it all together to work harder for you.
At the 2019 Work Truck Show, Freightliner will exhibit a wide range of its vocational vehicles and powertrain options in booth #4659. Visitors to the booth can also explore the new battery-electric Freightliner eM2 truck.
Western Star's most popular truck model has been updated with several new enhancements that make it lighter, safer, more productive and faster to upfit. The enhanced 4700 is on display for the first time at World of Concrete 2019 in booth #C5675.
Daimler Trucks North America introduces first SAE level 2 automated truck in North America with the Freightliner new Cascadia
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) introduced the first SAE Level 2 automated truck in series production in North America with the latest enhancements to the Freightliner new Cascadia. Level 2 automation means the truck is capable of both lateral (steering) and longitudinal (acceleration/deceleration) control, and is part of the revolutionary truck technologies featured by DTNA at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has announced that Detroit Connect Analytics has extended its services to additional truck models and can also be added to vehicles in the aftermarket. Analytics is now available to order as a new truck option or in the aftermarket on the new Freightliner Cascadia, original Cascadia and Western Star 5700 truck models spec'd with Detroit engines. Detroit Connect Analytics automatically translates critical fuel consumption and safety data into interactive and easy-to-understand reports that provide actionable insights for increased vehicle and fleet performance.
As Detroit observes its 80th anniversary this year, parent company Daimler Trucks North America LLC (DTNA) is marking another important achievement - the production of its one millionth heavy-duty engine platform (HDEP) engine. The one millionth HDEP engine is a shared milestone between Detroit's Redford, Mich.-based manufacturing facility and Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz plant in Mannheim, Germany.
With Tier 4 Final emissions standards firmly in place and EU Stage V standards a year or so off, the diesel engine industry has been busy focusing on specific applications and looking toward the future for 2018. Heavy Equipment Guide provides a look at what the diesel engine industry is working on, introducing or focused toward to start 2018.
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced the start of vehicle production on February 5, 2018 with the new Detroit DD8 engine. The engine is the latest addition to Detroit's expansive powertrain portfolio. The success of the DD8 engine further increases Detroit's overall market leadership and complements the already-in-production DD5 engine for medium-duty and vocational markets.
For the first time, the Detroit DD8 engine will be showcased at the 2018 World of Concrete (Jan. 23 - 26, 2018, Las Vegas). The engine will be featured alongside Freightliner Trucks' breadth of options for the vocational market in booth #C5427.
Technology - often driven by emissions regulations - is always advancing in the diesel engine sector. The many companies producing engines for industrial use put plenty of time and energy into research and development to improve their products and save their customers money. Through 2017, we have seen a wide number of updates and new launches, many to coordinate with the upcoming Stage V regulations in Europe.