September 14, 2021
BY HEIDE BRANDES, The Journal Record
OKLAHOMA CITY –What is the point of having a smart, technology-based truck if the trailer is still lagging behind?
That was the question that Oklahoma City-based Drōv Technologies asked, leading to the development of a new product that makes a tractor-trailer just as connected and technologically advanced as the truck itself.
With the introduction of this new technology, the company is hoping to revolutionize the trucking industry. Drōv’s AirBoxOne, a comprehensive trailer monitoring system that beams diagnostics to the driver and home office in real time, will be the first monitoring system of its kind on the market.
Going beyond tire pressure monitoring features, AirBoxOne features integrated tire management that inflates and deflates based on load. Additional sensors and cargo cameras detect everything from wheel end temperature and load weight to extreme G-forces and cargo security breaches.
Alerts and notifications are wirelessly communicated to the cab and Cloud, giving truck drivers and the trucking industry freedom from manual checks that are currently the standard in the business.
Now with proof-of-concept wrapping up, Drōv is ready to launch the product into the trucking world.
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Using wired and wireless technologies, the AirBoxOne platform relays diagnostics, operational, and safety information to the fleet and driver.
The benefits of the system include safety and financial ROI. There are fuel efficiency savings that come with standard tire inflation and management.