Advantage PressurePro's Fleet TPMS app is a comprehensive tire performance management tool for...

Advantage PressurePro's Fleet TPMS app is a comprehensive tire performance management tool for fleets.

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Advantage PressurePro has released the Fleet TPMS app, a comprehensive tire performance management tool for fleets.

Fleet TPMS leverages PressurePro’s FX technology, offering fleet users real-time performance monitoring through existing smart devices. Additionally, the launch of Fleet TPMS provides access for fleets to PressurePro’s Connect tire management platform.

Featuring 24/7 tire monitoring, five unique pressure/temperature alerts and local notifications for maximized coverage and safety, Fleet TPMS also includes configurable layouts and vehicle naming and storage, allowing for customization and easy toggling between multiple trailers/units. A rolling performance history log also gives users access to recent tire performance data.

“While a powerful monitoring tool on its own, Fleet TPMS becomes even stronger when used as a link to provide data flow through our comprehensive software platform Connect,” said Edward Lutsko, PressurePro’s director of technology. “When combined, customers unlock advanced monitoring tools to gain detailed and actionable tire performance insights across their entire fleet, giving them unmatched control of their tire management practices.”

When paired with PressurePro Connect, Fleet TPMS includes email alerting capabilities, exportable tire performance history, automated tire performance trend analysis and a dashboard that features prioritized data and actionable items.

“With the release of Fleet TPMS, and especially when paired with our Connect platform, we’re now able to provide a cost-effective solution that provides complete visibility of ever tire in your fleet; in-cab to drivers, in the field to managers or to your office for controllers,” said Jason Zaroor, PressurePro’s president and chief executive officer.

PressurePro chose to release Fleet TPMS on Nov. 21, to honor the legacy of its founder Phillip Zaroor who would have turned 71 on that day.