Navistar to Demonstrate OnCommand Connection Remote Diagnostics System at ATA Conference

Navistar to Demonstrate OnCommand Connection Remote Diagnostics System at ATA
                                  Conference

OnCommand Connection diagnostics portal organizes customers' existing
telematics information through open architecture

PR Newswire

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 20, 2013

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Navistar, Inc. today will
demonstrate its OnCommand™ Connection remote diagnostics system at the
American Trucking Associations (ATA) Management Conference and Exhibition.
Navistar's OnCommand Connection is the first single remote diagnostics portal
to use an open architecture system with fleets' existing telematics providers.
Designed to increase vehicle uptime by supporting quicker repairs and
controlling maintenance and repair costs, OnCommand Connection is currently
operating with test fleets and will be available in mid-January.

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"By partnering with our customers' existing telematics providers, we can pull
diagnostics related data to create easy to understand vehicle health reports,"
said Nadine Haupt, director of powertrain product marketing. "The visibility
into the operational health of the vehicle empowers customers to understand
the severity of vehicle issues and determine the appropriate actions -
ultimately leading to increased uptime."

Through the OnCommand Connection proprietary portal, customers can more
efficiently manage their fleets through an integrated vehicle service
monitoring system that connects fleets, dealers, Navistar's Technical Service
and OnCommand Repair Advocate. A dashboard of capabilities for customers
includes the ability to view action steps as well as the location of vehicles
requiring attention on a map in proximity to service locations. Navistar also
has the ability to monitor all vehicle makes at varying levels of detail to
support fleets with a blend of makes and models.

"Based on my vehicle's location, fault severity and load schedule, Navistar's
OnCommand Connection helps me prioritize how and where to implement needed
repairs and maintenance," said Jim Coffren, vice president of fleet management
for Hirschbach Motor Lines. "Before my vehicle reaches the dealership, I have
already received a diagnosis and a recommended solution, which allows me to
make better decisions."

Navistar is currently real-time testing OnCommand Connection with Omnitracs,
PeopleNet, Teletrac, Vnomics, GEOTAB, XRS Corporation, CyntrX and Pedigree
Technologies, which currently provide telematics solutions to a majority of
International® truck fleet customers. OnCommand Connection directly interfaces
with the Navistar's Repair Advocate and Dealer Directory tools and the company
anticipates it will be able to support a majority of the industry's customer
base, including all-makes, by adapting this open architecture approach. The
company will announce pricing in conjunction with the launch in January.

About Navistar
Navistar International Corporation (NYSE: NAV) is a holding company whose
subsidiaries and affiliates produce International^® brand commercial and
military trucks, MaxxForce^® brand diesel engines, and IC Bus^™ brand school
and commercial buses. An affiliate also provides truck and diesel engine
service parts. Another affiliate offers financing services. Additional
information is available at www.Navistar.com.



SOURCE Navistar International Corporation

Website: http://www.navistar.com
Contact: Media contact: Elissa Maurer, 331-332-2669, Investor contact: Heather
Kos, 331-332-2406
 
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