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Bridgestone opens the gate on new commercial tyre pressure monitoring solution
Bridgestone's new gate tyre pressure monitoring technology is being introduced to the Australian and New Zealand market, offering return-to-depot applications, such as metro delivery, refuse, construction and bus fleets, more regular and efficient pressure checks – in turn reducing the risk of tyre related break downs. The gate technology uses an external sensor mounted on each wheel position's valve, each with a unique identifier to measure tyre pressure and temperature. As the vehicle passes between the magnetometer activated gates, the data is received and uploaded to a cloud-based reporting system twice a day. The system also features logic to immediately notify depot or fleet managers to critical alerts, such as a low pressure value or unusually high temperature, via email or SMS.
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Date Published: 16 May 2019
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Bridgestone's new gate tyre pressure monitoring technology is being introduced to the Australian and New Zealand market, offering return-to-depot applications, such as metro delivery, refuse, construction and bus fleets, more regular and efficient pressure checks – in turn reducing the risk of tyre related break downs. The gate technology uses an external sensor mounted on each wheel position's valve, each with a unique identifier to measure tyre pressure and temperature. As the vehicle passes between the magnetometer activated gates, the data is received and uploaded to a cloud-based reporting system twice a day. The system also features logic to immediately notify depot or fleet managers to critical alerts, such as a low pressure value or unusually high temperature, via email or SMS.

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Bridgestone Australia and New Zealand is overhauling the way it services major fleet customers with the widespread implementation of its locally developed B Mobile platform technology. In line with the rise of telematics, advancements in cloud based technology and increased onus on suppliers in the chain of responsibility, the development and roll out of the B Mobile system is set to change the way Bridgestone conducts business – scrapping the paper based job card and moving to a tablet based digital solution. The B Mobile technology has been developed and rigorously tested over the past few years using some of Bridgestone's biggest customers in Australia and New Zealand, seeing the leading tyre company transform the business in order to ensure it meets the future needs of the transport industry.

Bridgestone Australia and New Zealand is overhauling the way it services major fleet customers with the widespread implementation of its locally developed B Mobile platform technology. In line with the rise of telematics, advancements in cloud based technology and increased onus on suppliers in the chain of responsibility, the development and roll out of the B Mobile system is set to change the way Bridgestone conducts business – scrapping the paper based job card and moving to a tablet based digital solution. The B Mobile technology has been developed and rigorously tested over the past few years using some of Bridgestone's biggest customers in Australia and New Zealand, seeing the leading tyre company transform the business in order to ensure it meets the future needs of the transport industry.

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