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Drivers could be alerted when their tyres’ tread has become uneven or dangerously thin using a flexible, printable sensor that precisely analyses tyre wear in real time. a system for measuring the depth of tread that is present on a tyre mounted on a vehicle.
The system comprises a sensor for detecting a return wireless signal from the tyre that will be transmitted in response to the wireless signal from the energy source, an energy source for emitting a wireless signal to be transmitted to the tyre, and a housing over which the tyre will roll while attached to the vehicle, the housing separating the sensor from the tyre while the tread depth is being measured.
The global tire tread depth sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The debut of Tactile Mobility’s ground-breaking tyre tread measurement system, which will significantly improve driver and passenger safety at a fraction of the cost of other tyre monitoring techniques, was announced by the company, a leader in tactile data and virtual sensing technologies.
The system uses tactile data from the car’s onboard sensors to create real-time actionable insights that alert drivers about tyre tread wear and its effects on grip.
The capacity of a vehicle to grip the road, brake effectively on slick surfaces, avoid aquaplaning, and assure the safety of the driver and passengers all depend on the tread depth.Air pressure and temperature are the only tyre safety indicators that are automatically monitored and displayed to drivers in even the most technologically advanced vehicles on the road today; measuring tyre tread depth and grip is regarded as being technologically difficult and not cost-effective.
Tactile Mobility makes use of the sensors already present in vehicles to collect data such as wheel speed, wheel angle, RPM, and more. This enables the business to produce actionable information regarding the dynamics of the vehicle, road, and vehicle-road interactions in real time.
One of the many significant data metrics that Tactile Mobility generates, gathers, and converts into insights that can be used by OEMs, Tier-1s, fleet managers, service shops, insurance companies, and regular drivers is tyre tread depth.
Sensata Technologies announced a new partnership with NIRA Dynamics AB to provide vehicle OEMs with a tyre tread depth monitoring (TDM) “virtual sensor” solution. The TDM solution driven by NIRA Dynamics’ tread wear assessment software, according to Sensata, is intended to notify vehicle OEMs, drivers, and fleets when tyres have worn to dangerous levels and require maintenance.
In order to offer data regarding tyre wear and tear, a new technology called the virtual sensor system collects and combines data from numerous existing sensors on a vehicle, including tyre pressure sensors from Sensata. This software-based method employs an algorithm that keeps track of the tire tread’s diminishing depth while making allowances for a variety of actual environmental difficulties.
For all IntelliTread products, Tyrata’s Data Portal offers a complete platform for data collecting, archiving, and analysis. In a single, accessible web-app, it provides users with quick, actionable tyre tread data on particular tyres, historical wear rates, customized warnings, fleet data, and information on when tyres will need to be replaced.
For fleet managers, tyre manufacturers, and vehicle repair shops, IntelliTread is a collection of tools that measures and monitors tyre tread wear. No matter what your operating demands are, the three products in the portfolio offer tread monitoring across a range of use cases.
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