Clarience Technologies’ Fus1on to build on Road Ready telematics platform

Clarience Technologies has introduced Fus1on, the new foundation for its Road Ready telematics platform, which looks to bring in more than trailer data, ultimately bringing “total visibility into the supply chain.”

The company unveiled the new IoT suite at the American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition. To develop Fus1ion, Clarience focused on the fleet manager and considered all pain points that person experiences through a typical day.

It then set out to develop a “single pane of glass” solution that can be viewed from home in the morning and then various ways through the day, and shared with members of the operations team. It covers trailers, tractors and other fleet data.

The platform accepts and integrates unlimited API feeds, allowing Fus1on to quickly request, process and display data from multiple sources. It’s purpose-built for cloud computing, the company says. Fus1on will replace the existing Road Ready and Fleetilla platforms, and will soon integrate increased functionality, the company said.

This will give fleet managers the opportunity to see data from all their assets – trailers, tractors, trucks, containers, and other equipment – on a single dashboard. Fleets will also be able to integrate their ELDs and repair service platforms.

Clarience booth at ATA
Clarience Technologies rolled out Fus1on at the ATA’s MC&E. (Photo: James Menzies)
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James Menzies is editor of Today's Trucking. He has been covering the Canadian trucking industry for more than 20 years and holds a CDL. Reach him at or follow him on Twitter at @JamesMenzies.

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