Omnitracs Tire Management
Trailer Tire Inflation Alerts
Omnitracs’ Trailer Tire Inflation Alerts application integrates Omnitracs’ Mobile Computing Platforms (MCPs) with supported trailer tire inflation systems to deliver near real-time notifications to the back office when tire airing events occur on both moving and non-moving tractors. The application enables fleets to configure alert notifications based on frequency, duration, and type of event
Near Real-Time Notifications
Delivers near real-time notifications via web services to the back office when tire airing events occur, as identified by supported tire inflation systems, on both moving and non-moving tractors.
Multiple Trailer Support
Supports up to five trailers connected to a single tractor.
Configurable Alert Notifications
Allows fleets to label alert types and configure alert notifications based on frequency, duration, and type of event. Provides supporting data with generated alert events, such as fleet-defined alert label, vehicle ID, time, location, vehicle speed, and more.
Tire Pressure Monitoring
Tire Pressure Monitoring integrates Omnitracs’ Mobile Computing Platforms (MCPs) with supported tire pressure monitoring systems to provide near real-time visibility of tire pressure data, which helps fleets increase tire life and fuel efficiency, decrease tire repair costs, and enhance safety.
Near Real-Time Visibility
Provides near real-time visibility of tractor and trailer tire conditions, including under- and over-inflation, as defined by supported tire pressure monitoring systems.
Graphical tire health indicator
Displays a graphical tire health indicator on the MCP and the host user interface that color codes the severity levels of active tire issues, such as under- and over-inflation, allowing you to address what's most critical.
Sends configurable alerts with tire details to drivers via the MCP, and to company personnel through the host software, SMS, and email. Enables the back office to receive periodic tire status updates and view graphs depicting historical occurrences of tire pressure events.