Dana introduces tire analytics solution

Dana introduces tire analytics solution

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Dana Inc. unveiled its Rhombus TireAnalytics solution, a cloud-based platform that enables commercial truck owners and fleet maintenance managers to identify best practices for tire maintenance and optimize tire lifecycle management.

The Rhombus TireAnalytics solution provides insights into the condition of tractor and trailer tires that help identify and analyze tire wear trends, predict maintenance issues that can be addressed preemptively to minimize truck downtime and establish optimal timeframes for scheduled replacement. For larger fleets, it also facilitates the implementation of standardized tire inspection and maintenance practices across terminals.

Available now in the United States and Canada, the Rhombus TireAnalytics system integrates portable communications and computing platforms, advanced data collection and analysis, information sharing, and dashboard technologies through a cloud-based solution. Truck owners can use the system with their existing mobile, tablet, and desktop assets, eliminating the need for any additional hardware purchases.

Rhombus TireAnalytics is one of several solutions recently announced by Dana. At Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week in January, Dana announced an e-commerce platform that streamlines the identification process of the company’s automotive and commercial-vehicle replacement parts portfolio and connects service technicians around the world with Dana’s aftermarket parts distributors.

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