Get ready for a tech-driven ride in North America! The use of connected services in vehicles is growing, and this is expected to boost the demand for automotive remote diagnostics. Imagine your car being smart enough to tell you when something is not quite right and needs attention—that's what we're talking about! Big companies in North America, like Volvo Trucks North America and Daimler Trucks North America LLC, are investing a lot in making automotive remote diagnostics a standard feature in their vehicles. This move is to make sure cars don't spend too much time in maintenance and service, keeping them on the road for longer. In October 2018, Volvo Trucks joined forces with SAS to make remote diagnostics even better using advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). The goal was to cut down diagnostic service time by 70% and repair time by 25%. This collaboration is a big step toward smarter and faster car maintenance. The strict rules set by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) in North America also play a big role in the demand for automotive remote diagnostics. These rules make sure that vehicles on the road are safe and in good condition. With the help of remote diagnostics, companies can meet these regulations more efficiently. So, the adoption of connected services in vehicles, along with the efforts of companies like Volvo Trucks and Daimler Trucks, is making automotive remote diagnostics a must-have in North America. Get ready for a smoother and more connected driving experience in the tech-savvy roads of North America!