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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...
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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Matthew Georga has been named a Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian
L-R: Tony McGrath - Linfox Site Manager, Wendy Maroney - Linfox Safety and Compliance Officer, Matt Georga - Linfox Driver and Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian recipient, Mel Stranger - Linfox Safety and Compliance Advisor, Andrew Todd - Linfox Regional Manager Consumer and Healthcare Group
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