OXNARD, Calif., April 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Mecanica Scientific Services (Mecanica), an engineering and scientific analysis firm, has been selected by Daimler Trucks of North America to provide support to Freightliner customers and handle data imaging services for those customers operating Freightliner products equipped with the Detroit AssuranceⓇ suite of safety systems, starting April 1, 2021. Mecanica is to provide support for Freightliner customers in the Western United States, with DELTA|v| Forensic Engineering Inc., servicing the Eastern States.
"We are excited to expand our work with Daimler Trucks North America in improving customer support and service for Freightliner customers," states Bradley Higgins, Group Manager, Event Data Recorders. By using Mecanica, Freightliner customers with Detroit AssuranceⓇ VRDU will now get a fast response time than was previously provided in retrieving forensic images and data, saving customers time and expense.
"We lead in accident reconstruction," states John C. Steiner. For nearly twenty years, Mecanica's engineers have specialized in Event Data Recorders (EDR) and Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorders (HVEDR) technologies. Additionally, for over ten years, Mecanica has provided forensic data imaging services for a North American Class 8 tractor and bus OEM and their customers. Mecanica now adds this specialized support service for Freightliner customers operating Detroit AssuranceⓇ suite of safety systems.
With its headquarters in Oxnard, CA and offices in San Diego, CA, Sacramento County, CA, as well as its subsidiary, Mecánica Científicos de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. with operations in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico, Mecanica has grown since its inception in 2014 from a staff of three to twenty-two employees. Mecanica has expanded its client base to include public and private entities throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Mecanica also has a training institute, Mecanica Tech, that provides certification and training related to accident safety to industry professionals.
For more information, please contact Kathy Curry, Director of Administration (805) 728-1642 [email protected]
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DELTA |v| Announced as an Exclusive Provider for Daimler Trucks
Daimler Trucks North America, the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles, has announced that DELTA |v| Forensic Engineering and Mecanica Scientific Services will serve as the exclusive licensed service providers for imaging VRDU data from the Detroit Assurance Safety Systems in their commercial vehicles. This partnership will allow for Daimler’s clients to have a streamlined process for coordinating imaging services in their region and efficiently receiving conclusive and accurate data.
To help client’s have expedited services, Daimler will no longer be imaging VRDUs in-house and all imaging services will be handled by the client’s regional service provider. DELTA |v| will serve as the regional service provider for the eastern United States & Canada and Mecanica will service the western United States & Canada. By having an exclusive service provider for each region, clients will be able to coordinate turnaround times in as little as 24 hours.
Matthew DiSogra, EDR Services Manager at DELTA |v| says, “We’re honored and looking forward to being able to offer the same quick, easy, and accurate processing our clients are familiar with to Daimler Trucks North America’s customers.”
Bradley Higgins, Group Manager of Event Data Recorders at Mecanica says, “We are excited to expand our work with Daimler Trucks North America in improving customer support and service for Freightliner customers.”
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Integrated safety systems: Living up to the hype
Mandating stability control and safety systems for heavy trucks began several years ago with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) test analysis, which revealed that a large percentage of heavy truck crashes are rollover-related and can be mitigated by stability control interventions. During that period, braking system suppliers began testing new braking and stability control systems and rolled out products in advance of the mandate, which they have been enhancing ever since.
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Where it all began
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have been in development since the early 1970s. It started with antilock braking systems (ABS), followed by electronic stability control (ESC) and then collision mitigation systems (CMS), lane departure warning (LDW), blind spot and video analytics.
“ABS, ESC, CMS and video analytics are all tightly integrated with each other so drivers sense a highly effective, single system is in operation to help ensure truck stability and avoid crashes,” said Matthew Stevenson, president and general manager of Meritor WABCO. “Many of the required sensors, electronic control units and actuators are used by all three systems. Each control system has a detailed product specification that contains a rigorous set of laboratory and vehicle performance standards. ABS and stability control also have minimum performance requirements set by NHTSA as they are or will become regulated technologies. The technologies are tested individually to ensure their product specifications are achieved and with one another to verify a high level of integrated vehicle performance.
“Once product specifications are achieved, systems are field tested in actual on-road usage to verify a performance will meet and exceed the expectations of our end user customers,” Stevenson continued. “With more than 100,000 OnGuard systems and more than 9,000,000 SmartTrac ABS systems currently on North American roads, Meritor WABCO has the benefit of direct fleet and driver feedback. This feedback is integrated into regular upgrades of our systems.”
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Building an integrated system
Fred Andersky, director of customer solutions—controls and of government and industry affairs for Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, spoke about the company’s development and testing: “Each technology in the portfolio of Bendix Wingman driver assistance systems goes through a rigorous development and testing procedure that includes bench, lab and weathering testing of individual components; track testing, including winter tests in Houghton, Mich.; and field testing of systems—including mileage accumulations in real highway and driver conditions. They also undergo OEM testing and evaluation for production certification, along with fleet trials for operational and driver feedback. Bendix engineers continue product evaluations in the field as well based on our warranty experience.”
“The Detroit Assurance suite of safety systems was designed to protect drivers and your business by delivering a new level of on-road control and protection in Freightliner Cascadia and Cascadia Evolution trucks,” explained Kelly Gedert, powertrain marketing manager for Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA). “The suite fully integrates with your Detroit engine and transmission, as well as your truck’s braking systems and dashboard, to enhance driver safety by mitigating collisions.”
Detroit’s Assurance line includes both a standard radar system and an optional camera system. The radar system first uses two cab-mounted modules to monitor and interpret the movement of other vehicles. The radar can sense when another vehicle is too close, which then activates the Active Brake Assist (ABA) feature to mitigate collisions.
“Active Brake Assist has three stages of collision mitigation when a potential collision is detected,” Gedert elaborated. “First, the radio mutes and an audible warning sounds accompanied by an in-dash notification for the driver. Next, the system will initiate partial braking to physically warn the driver. Finally, if there is still no response from the driver, the system will enact full braking to slow the truck. The radar system also enables the Adaptive Cruise Control [ACC] feature that automatically adjusts the vehicle’s cruise control speed to maintain a safe following distance in changing traffic conditions. The following distance can be set by the driver to meet his specific needs for the job at hand.”
Detroit Assurance equipment includes bumper-mounted radar that detects objects ahead of the vehicle; and The Video Radar Detection Unit (VRDU) located in the cab, which commands the ABS, transmission and other engine computers. The optional camera system tracks the truck’s position within the lane. The camera system faces the road. It never faces or records the driver.
Detroit Assurance’s optional camera system enables the Lane Departure Warning (LDW) feature. The windshield-mounted camera always faces the road (never the driver) and tracks the truck’s position within the lane. If the truck starts to cross outside of its driving lane without its turning signal on, the radio will mute and an audible warning will sound to alert the driver. Gedert explained that the audible warning will come from the truck speaker on the side of the road where the line was crossed. “For example,” she said, “if the left lane is crossed, then the left speaker broadcasts the audible warning.”
It is important to note that the LDW option can only be active at speeds above 37 MPH.
Integrated system benefits
“An integrated suite of safety technologies helps fleets, drivers and technicians in a number of ways,” said Andersky of Bendix. “Today, a fleet can have multiple independent systems from different manufacturers such as collision mitigation technology from one and lane departure warning from another. While these systems typically work well for individual situations, they can be a source of driver distraction in combined situations. For example, if a truck is going out of its lane while a car in front of it has abruptly stopped, the driver could get two alerts—one for lane departure warning and one for the impending collision. These two alerts at the same time could create a momentary distraction as the driver tries to comprehend both alerts. It may be only milliseconds, but that could be the difference between a quick reaction by the driver and a crash. An integrated system such as Bendix Wingman Fusion gives the driver the most important alert first, helping focus their attention on the most critical situation—in our example, the impending collision over the lane departure.”
Andersky added that another benefit is that an integrated system allows the driver to get information through the dash, instead of through multiple individual alert devices. This helps decrease any potential distraction and enables the technology to aid the driver’s reactions and responses while on the road. In addition, with an integrated suite of technologies, driver training is focused on one system, as opposed to multiple systems on the vehicle.
“This focus helps ensure the driver understands the system, how it will respond, and how to enhance their own driving as a result,” he explained. “Here’s a great parallel: When I was younger I used to have a stereo system with multiple components from different manufacturers; each had different operating instructions. These days, I am a lot happier and enjoy my music a lot more thanks to my compact system that has everything integrated in one package. I think drivers will feel the same regarding an integrated safety system.”
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The Detroit™ Connect portal is easy-to-use, one-stop-shop for all vehicle performance data gathered, transmitted and analyzed by Detroit Connect. The portal gives you access to insights delivered by Detroit Connect Virtual Technician℠. The Detroit Connect portal will also give you access to new features, such as Remote Updates, and Analytics, available late 2017.Detroit connect portal login
All DDCSN content has been migrated to our DTNAConnect web portal. All information previously on the DDCSN is now on DTNAConnect. We have created a quick reference guide to help you locate the migrated content on DTNAConnect. Existing DDCSN login credentials will also work with DTNAConnect. Please work with your security administrators for login or content issues. If you do encounter any technical issues, please contact the Software Support Center at 855-639-8680 or [email protected]DTNA CONNECT PORTAL LOGIN
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DTNA Connect is the starting point for working with all brands and franchises that fall under the Daimler Trucks North America umbrella: Detroit, Thomas Built Buses, SelecTrucks, Sterling, Freightliner, and Western Star. Here, you can access the full spectrum of online applications, resources and tools you need. Whether you use DTNA online resources to complete repairs, purchase parts, submit warranty claims, spec new vehicles or track the status of your truck orders, DTNAConnect streamlines the tasks and activities that are part of your daily work routine.DTNA Connect Portal Login
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