September 14, 2021
CLEVELAND — Drov Technologies announced its AirBox One smart trailer platform of sensors and data collection features is now an option at Stoughton Trailers.
Both wired and wireless systems can be used to share operational and safety information related to the trailer with the fleet and driver, according to the Oklahoma City-based privately held company.
“More and more, as we talk to our customers they are thinking about how do they solve their customers’ problems,” said Stoughton Chief Commercial Officer Jeremy Sanders.
He called that “user-driven problem solving.”
He suggested the technological approach with partner Drov “could transform this industry. And we are super appreciative and proud to be part of that.”
Engineered Transportation International recently teamed up with Drōv Technologies to develop a fleet of fully connected IntelliTank smart trailers.
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