August 25, 2022
Operating officers, fleet managers, and dock coordinators use all manner of tracking hardware and off-the-shelf and even custom-built software to try and accomplish the goal of maximizing their trailer utilization.
Like so much else in trucking now, the battle for visibility and availability of a carrier’s trailer fleet is about technology. First, the software that manages and routes loads and the yards where this cargo is handled. And then the hardware that helps track trailer locations and what’s loaded on them and other security tech that gives fleet managers “live looks” inside the trailer, telling them whether and where trailer doors have been sealed or opened.
Engineered Transportation International recently teamed up with Drōv Technologies to develop a fleet of fully connected IntelliTank smart trailers.
Wheel-end monitoring can help put a stop to costly thermal events. Here's how the technology works and what maintenance departments should know.
Today’s fleets require increased asset visibility, ease of software integration, and the knowledge that their units are operating safely as one.
A calling to improve maintenance and move to the next level
Extraordinary intelligence - Drov Technologies' innovative AirBoxOne connectivity turns tank trailers into smarter, safer, more efficient vehicles.
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.
Drōv Technologies, a leader in the smart truck and trailer movement, partners with SKF Vehicle Aftermarket.
Drōv Technologies, a leader in the smart truck and trailer movement, is out to make tank trailers smarter with its AirBoxOne.
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 Counc
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.