December 28, 2021
The AirBoxOne is no ordinary box.
It’s an advanced electronics and pneumatics control platform with virtually unlimited connectivity, expandability, and functionality that transforms an ordinary trailer into a smarter, safer, more efficient commercial vehicle—aka the Drōv Smart Tanker Powered by AirBoxOne.
Think of it as a Rosetta Stone for digital languages, or the Swiss Army Knife of transportation communications tools.
It’s also the inspired culmination of many years of development, the lessons learned through its creator’s past failures, and the input of multiple fleets, trailer manufacturers, and component suppliers, who informed Drōv Technologies of their needs and abilities—all combined into a singular system afforded extra time to incubate during a global pandemic.
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