Cojali will take the opportunity of the upcoming Busworld Europe to showcase its solutions for connectivity, electric vehicles, predictive maintenance and remote diagnostics.

This fair is celebrated for the first time in four years and, as a novelty, it will coincide with the European ZEB Conference.

Based in Spain, Cojali is a multinational manufacturer of components and electronics. Besides this, the company develops advanced diagnostics solutions, remote diagnostics and connectivity for commercial vehicles. Cojali has three subsidaries in France, Italy and USA, as well as four sales offices in Germany, Turkey, Mexico and India. The company has 550 employees worldwide and business in 135 countries. In 2021 the German group Knorr-Bremse acquired a majority stake in Cojali.

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Cojali at Busworld with cooling system and diagnostics

Cojali will be present at the stand 614A located in hall 6 where the main functionalities of Jaltest Telematics will be introduced with the predictive maintenance and the advanced remote diagnostics as highlights. These functionalities are also applicable to electric fleets and they “maximise the availability of vehicles up to 42% by monitoring in real time the KPIs, such as the vehicle range, load cycles, duty cycles, battery lifetime, temperature or voltages, among others”, the supplier specifies.

Cojali adds that its stand “is intended to be a meeting point to discuss the challenges that the bus industry has to face in order to apply new maintenance approaches both for electric and internal combustion vehicles, as well as to discuss how to benefit from all the data available and delivered by the bus thanks to the AI. The aim is to identify potential problems before these occur, as well as to estimate the next maintenance window according to the remaining useful life of components”. 

Lastly, visitors will be able to check the wide cooling system range that Cojali offers to the manufacturers of these types of vehicles, as well as the customised advanced diagnostics solutions for OEM service networks for commercial vehicles, which have set the benchmark thanks to its wide coverage, speed and efficiency and to an intuitive and easy-to-use interface.


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