Reducing Information Pollution

Many things to consider when trying to avoid information paralysis

Source: Truck News
Author: Derek Clouthier
Date: 04/13/2016
Excerpt: TORONTO, Ont. – Kirk Altrichter, vice-president of maintenance for Crete Carrier Corporation out of Lincoln, Nebraska provided a solid launching point during the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Summit (CFMS) April 13 at Toronto’s International Centre for how fleets can avoid information paralysis when looking for the right software package for data collection. Altrichter said that with current technology, the amount of information companies can receive in real time is amazing, but admitted that it can be overwhelming if proper steps are not taken to narrow down what is important to the company when it comes to analysing fault codes.
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