Users can have tire pressure and temperature information displayed in cab on a Platform Science tablet via the Doran TPMS mobile app.
Bridgestone’s tire-health monitoring system uses internal or external sensors to provide fleets with real-time data including tire pressure and tire temperature and slow leak detection.
The systems include visual and audible alerts for low inflation pressure, rapid deflation events and high tire temperatures.
The company says Halo Drive offers Halo Connect-equipped trucks a tool that enables pre-trip tire inspections to be completed in seconds.
TireView Live delivers tire analytics with customizable alerts and reports.
The real-time reporting from Digital ThermALERT aids in identifying the normal wheel-end operating temperature of a user’s equipment.
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Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has made the following personnel appointments to further strengthen their organization. James Sharkey has been promoted to president of P.S.I. and will continue to guide the company in new directions, domestically and internationally. Celebrating over 38 years of experience in the commercial vehicle industry, Sharkey previously served as vice president of global sales
Sensata Technologies announced it has developed a new Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) for vehicle OEMs. Sensata’s new BLE TPMS leverages its tire pressure monitoring sensors by replacing the ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio with BLE radio to enable two-way communication. These new BLE TPMS solutions are available in both clamp-in and snap-in configurations, are
You’ve seen it in the headlines and all over social media: The price of diesel is climbing. Now, more than ever, it’s important to make every penny count by being sure there is nothing negatively impacting your truck’s fuel economy. Underinflated tires are among one of the most common reasons for insufficient gas mileage and
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Suppliers are in full agreement, perhaps best summed up by Mike Steiner, customer engineering support time zone referent at Michelin North America Inc.: “Striking a tire with a bat or hammer to determine air pressure is a method worth forgetting. There is no replacement for the high-quality, calibrated tire gauge. It remains the most effective