Cummins moves to ‘demo zone’
CUMMINS South Pacific will present discussions on three topics at this year’s TMC.
Its first session, presented by Cummins Engineering’s Veronica Hill, will discuss the negative impacts likely to be experienced by an engine from aftermarket performance-enhancing devices.
The second session, helmed by Cummins Engineering’s David Wright, is a practical demonstration and discussion on how to use Insite, Cummins’ in-house computer-based engine diagnostic tools.
Participants will be shown how to perform live engine diagnostics and how to display electronic engine information on a PC using Insite tools.
Cummins’ Kyle Miller and Lance Fisher will be part of a panel discussion for the third topic on the fundamentals of coolant maintenance.
In an interesting change of format, Scott Alexander, Cummins South Pacific’s manager for on-highway sales and support, said the presentations were being given in The Workshop Live Demo Zone, each session lasting 30 minutes.
Conference participants will be formed into two groups, then split between the Cummins South Pacific exhibit and the three other Demo Zone industry exhibitors, which are providing sessions on suspension, trailer maintenance, and tyre fitting and technology.
They will rotate to the next workshop presentation about every 30 minutes.
LET’S TALK: Scott Alexander meets attendees at last year’s TMC.