December 2, 2021
It was a little over two years ago when we wrote the days of calling dry van trailers “boxes with wheels” were numbered. After last month’s Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Fall Meeting, it’s safe to say those days are over.
Between announcements of new smart trailer systems from Drōv Technologies and Hyundai Translead and updates to Clarience Technologies’ Road Ready platform, September’s meeting was the second TMC get-together in a row to be dominated by trailer tech advancements. Admittedly, this year’s event was double-themed, with electric trucks also earning plenty of attention. But as anyone who attended TMC can tell you, smart trailers are going to impact your business well before electric trucks will.
For those who haven’t caught up on this technology yet, now is the time to check it out. There is great sales potential in smart trailer solutions.
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Drov Technologies offers multiple wheel sensors that integrate on its AirboxOne telematics solution for trailers.
“The trailer has been the forgotten asset in the telematics world until recently,” says Lisa Mullen, CEO, Drōv Technologies.
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Drōv Technologies, a leader in the smart truck and trailer movement, is out to make tank trailers smarter with its AirBoxOne.
Using wired and wireless technologies, the AirBoxOne platform relays diagnostics, operational, and safety information to the fleet and driver.
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.