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Lane Departure Warning on Detroit Assurance® 4.0
The Detroit Assurance® suite of safety systems delivers optimum on-the-road safety with a variety of technologically-enhanced features, all designed to help mitigate the likelihood of a collision. Refreshing its data 200 times per second, the system relays actionable intelligence to the Video Radar Decision Unit (VRDU), which controls the truck’s response to its brakes, engine and transmission, in real-time. Read More
Active Brake Assist on Detroit Assurance® 4.0
The Detroit Assurance® suite of safety systems makes a significant contribution to the safety of truck drivers and everyone else on the highways. One feature that enhances highway safety is Active Brake Assist (ABA). The ABA radar-system feature helps mitigate the likelihood and severity of collisions, calculating the distance between the truck and other vehicles or objects in its path. Read More
Inside the Cascadia: Engines, Transmission, Axles
Elevating customer expectations for superior efficiency and performance in the Freightliner Cascadia®, the updated, Integrated Detroit™ Powertrain (IDP) is poised to deliver significant dividends on every owner’s investment. Uniting the efforts of best-in-class components to lower the Real Cost of Ownershipsm (RCO) for every customer, the best of Freightliner—teamed with Detroit's most efficient Powertrain technology—creates an undeniably superior combination of power and fuel economy. Read More
Detroit DD5: Manufacturing Process and Design
With the introduction of the new four-cylinder Detroit™ DD5™ engine, Detroit has officially entered the medium-duty market. Available in the Freightliner® M2 106, the DD5 features up to 230 horsepower and up to 660 lb-ft of torque. Though the smallest engine in the DD line, the DD5 will be tested like every other Detroit™ engine, ensuring consistent quality and performance across Detroit engine platforms. Read More
Detroit Medium Duty: Application & Quality
Detroit is proud to unveil the 5.1-liter DD5™, the trucking industry’s first four-cylinder engine for a conventional-cab, medium-duty vocational truck. Quality-focused engine design means comprehensive optimization, with micron-level engineering accuracy and attention to detail. Two fewer pistons deliver fuel efficiency savings without sacrificing power or performance. Debuting this fall in the versatile, popular Freightliner model M2106—the DD5 is the first in-house engine from the new Detroit™ medium-duty engine group (MDEG). Available at launch for pickup and delivery application in 210 HP, 575-lb-ft and 230 HP, 660-lb-ft ratings, the DD5 will eventually power a variety of vocational applications. Read More
SEP Program Improves Energy Performance and Increases Savings
At Detroit, we have an obsession with efficiency. While it’s obvious in our fuel-efficient engines, versatile transmissions and easily serviceable axles, it applies just as much to our manufacturing processes. So when our one and only Redford, MI plant earned its Platinum SEP (Superior Energy Performance) certification from the US Department of Energy, it was proof that our hard work was being noticed. Read More
Building Lives One Step at a Time
The Detroit team is unrivaled at making industry-leading engines, axles and transmissions. This past week, we banded together for an even greater cause: national heart health awareness. On May 14, nearly 60 Detroit employees met at GM headquarters and West Riverfront Park for the American Heart Association’s 2016 Metro Detroit Heart Walk. Read More
From 2-Stroke to Today
Since our Redford plant opened in 1938, Detroit has been at the forefront of diesel innovation. Now more than 75 years long, our timeline features iconic engines, some of which changed the course of history. From 1938 to 2016, let’s explore the legacy of Detroit power. With world war approaching, the U.S. military required an engine suited for tanks, landing crafts, road building equipment, power generation and more. Read More
Connie Bobbitt and the Chaplaincy Council
Connie Bobbitt is a problem solver here at Detroit. As coordinator of the chaplaincy council for UAW Region 1A, Bobbitt provides union members, salary employees and contract workers with an empathetic ear and, more importantly, with the internal or external resources to help them through their crisis. Read More
Detroit Connect Portal to Deliver More Data to Fleets
Since 2011, Detroit™ Connect Virtual Technician℠ has led the way in delivering quick, actionable engine and aftertreatment fault diagnosis information to fleet customers. Virtual Technician alerts fleets when an engine fault occurs. The system interprets the fault code and sends an automated email to the fleet advising the proper course of action. If it is a severe fault – “Service Now” – event, an expert at the Detroit Customer Support Center sends a follow up email within 30 minutes with a more thorough assessment about what is causing the problem with their Detroit engine, what parts are recommended to fix the problem, and where to find nearby service locations with those parts. Read More
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Detroit Connect Portal

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.

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DDCSN

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 dealer.helpdesk@daimler.com

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DTNA Connect Portal

DTNA Connect is the starting point for working with all brands and franchises that fall under the Daimler Truck 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.

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