real-time connection to tire conditions for improved performance
The TyreSense system aims at more than just tire monitoring; it manages and optimizes the data it generates to provide clients with system features that support effective decision-making to improve vehicle operational performance.
TyreSense TPMS uses actual data from the tire chamber detected by wheel sensors to determine when corrective action is required.
Independent heat studies demonstrate there is a significantly stronger correlation between the tire chamber temperature and the belt temperature, when compared to the TKPH model. Learn more about TMPS vs TKPH
TyreSense 4 Web (TS4) provides geofencing capabilities using GPS data and the area map to detect the presence of the vehicle within virtual perimeters on a work site. Geofenced areas can include speed zones, load and dump zones, and no-go zones. For example, when a vehicle crosses a geofenced boundary into a no-go zone, an alert is triggered to notify site managers and operators, who can then take action to maintain site safety. With the TPMS HUB controller, vehicle acceleration, bounce, turning, and braking movements can also be tracked with data from the the specially designed GPS-IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) component.
TyreSense Asset Management software uses a work order system to track activities such as tire rotation, inspection, and repair activities and provides reports on the location and condition of wheels, rims, and tires throughout their lifecycles with the added advantage of capturing operational pressure data together with measured tire tread wear. Tire rotation and rim Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) schedules help keep critical maintenance activities on track.
TyreSense products are designed, developed, and manufactured in Canada by a dedicated technical team who work together with clients, allowing us to improve products based on service inquiries and industry trends. Our comprehensive software provides everything needed to monitor entire fleets at single or multiple sites, as an integrated enterprise system through published application programming interfaces (APIs).