In most cases tyres do not reach the end of their service life. False operation leads to a fast wear, increased fuel consumption and risks of accidents.
The market is full with various solutions for temperature and pressure control in tyres. Control over these parameters allows to detect damaged tyres on time and to prevent their early wear. The pressure and temperature control system reduces packaged expenses on fleet park.
PressurePro system keeps an optimal balance between price and quality, and is easy to install and to use. A monitor in a driver cab displays information about each tyre with a sensor in real time.
PressurePro is temperature and pressure control system, that ensures costs – cutting on tyres` maintenance by 45%
Geoservice company has integrated temperature pressure readings into WialonHosting monitoring system. Readings are reflected in real time in a screen pop assigned to each monitored object.
However, such an analytics may confuse. That’s why our team has developed a convenient service to monitor and analyze tyres` temperature and pressure for all fleet park.
TyreAdmin consists of 3 tab pages. Tab “Monitoring” presents a kind of screen and displays tyre status for each tyre centerline in a graph form. Problematic or weak points are highlighted. Also it is possible to arrange transport by sensor state.
Tab “Analytics” displays temperature and pressure states for each tyre in details. Settled parameters allow to highlight lines with tyre states. Out of tolerance Indicators are marked in red, slight changes are marked in yellow, lines with indicators within tolerable limits are in green. The system reflects statues of paired wheels in percentage relative to each other.
Dashboard consists of two pie charts. The first one shows tyre status in percentage for the whole fleet park. The second reflects health of mounted sensors in a fleet park.
A complex solution was introduced at one of extracting companies with quarry machines. Half year later we achieved following results:
Thus the customer reduced fleet park maintenance costs by 45%