I read IoT and Predictive Maintenance by Bosch.
The article states:
Predictive maintenance is one such IoT/M2M solution that helps lower operating and capital costs by facilitating proactive servicing and repair of assets, while allowing the more efficient use of repair resources – both human labor and replacement products
For vehicles equipped with such technology, does the service company use telemetry to fetch data from vehicles, mine the data to predict repairs/maintenance needs, and alerts the owner?
My car's dashboard has a number of indicators. But, generally for me and others I know, goal is to avoid these warnings and go with servicing schedule. Even then, there are times we aren't alerted by the dash, people do report mis-alerts, service personnel do not detect failures. I hope technology is moving forward, there are ways to upload data and predict which dashboard isn't equipped. E.g., car engine quickly heats up but not enough to light dash-light
I am curious to know if there are deployments of this or similar technology?