TireStamp Inc. has launched a new dashboard that provides users of the company’s TireVigil cloud TPMS monitoring system with information about the savings they are achieving. The calculations are based on the fleets’ own tire maintenance performance data and costs. This dashboard complements the existing Maintenance Dashboard that visually summarizes a fleet’s tire maintenance performance based on real-time metrics generated from data accumulated from each vehicle equipped with the TireVigil Cloud solution.
The Savings Dashboard provides an instant snapshot of a fleet’s key tire cost metrics, the annual and current month savings generated by vehicles equipped with the TireVigil Cloud solution, and the projected savings attainable by deploying TireVigil throughout the entire fleet. The results are calculated every day using TireVigil Cloud’s algorithms and analytics based on each fleet’s actual tire data. It uses calculations made available through the North American Council for Freight Efficiency’s 2013 report on tire pressure monitoring systems.
The dashboard also displays the different areas where savings are being achieved and is broken down in labor, breakdowns, fuel consumption, tread wear and operations. A bar chart depicts the number of prevented breakdowns on TireVigil monitored vehicles and the number that could be prevented on vehicles that have yet to be deployed. A gauge indicates if the number of breakdowns is acceptable or needs improvement.
A Current Vehicle Alert Listing displays vehicles with tire alerts listed in order of service priority based on the time remaining before a tire reaches a critical level that jeopardizes its health. A map shows where these vehicles are and their current alert status.