The portal, Tyrata.io, is offered as an an easy-to-use, interactive portal that works in combination with the company's Drive-Over System (DOS) to provide direct tire measurement and real-time tread wear analysis for large vehicle fleets. The system, says the company, has no hardware cost and is deployed within hours with no impact to current fleet operations and fully automates tread depth measurements and analytics needed for efficient tire-management and safe vehicle operation.
"The Tyrata data portal provides comprehensive tire data management, data visualization and maintenance analytics that is very easy for our customers to use," says Luka Lojk, Tyrata's VP of Sales and Marketing. "Within a few hours of deployment, our customers can be up and running, collecting tread data on all their vehicles, with no impact on fleet operations, positioning them to make data-driven maintenance decisions that optimize resources and improve safety."
The Drive-Over System collects tire tread wear data when a vehicle drives over a speedbump-like unit that is now linked to Tyrata.io. By logging into their account at Tyrata.io, says the company, fleet operators will open a secure data portal where they can monitor the health of any individual tire with an ability to obtain instant tire history and analytics at a click of a button. Operators can also get comprehensive, fleet-wide tire wear status and service recommendations for optimized tire maintenance and optimal vehicle safety.
Regular tire tread monitoring enhances data accuracy and provides clear tread wear trends, allowing the fleet operator to focus on tires that require service. With a DOS deployed at a vehicle service depot, says the company, its new data portal provides intuitive visualization of tire condition of the entire fleet, along with a daily or weekly report on any tires requiring maintenance.
Predictive analytics are also available for improved management of tires across the fleet. Outputs from the data portal can also be integrated with customer's existing reporting and maintenance