December 2, 2021
Drōv Technologies, a leader in the smart truck and trailer movement, partners with SKF Vehicle Aftermarket. The partnership integrates SKF TraX wheel end monitoring technology with Drōv’s AirBoxOne™ Smart Trailer solution.
Drōv’s AirBoxOne powers the first fully instrumented smart trailer, monitoring and controlling multiple trailer conditions. AirBoxOne also generates real-time alerts and warnings on the health status of the trailer. Drivers and fleets receive warnings and alerts via Drōv’s mobile and desktop interfaces, as well as the Vehicle Health Display. AirBoxOne supports an integrated, electronically-controlled tire management system along with multiple camera applications and a platform for integration and expansion.
Additionally, the SKF TraX Wheel End Monitor (WEM) is a sensor unit installed on the wheels of heavy-duty vehicles. The WEM intelligently monitors wheel end vibration as well as temperature to detect any potential issues. It integrates with telematic...
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With the introduction of this new technology, the company is hoping to revolutionize the trucking industry.
The benefits of the system include safety and financial ROI. There are fuel efficiency savings that come with standard tire inflation and management.