Halo Connect expands to final mile segment

by Today's Trucking

Aperia Technologies is bringing its Halo Connect predictive tire maintenance platform to the final mile.

The company says it’s the first time predictive tire maintenance has been extended to the heavy-, medium-, and light-duty commercial vehicle segments.

“Tire health remains critical to the safe and efficient operation of vehicles spanning all mobility segments,” said Judith Monte, vice-president of marketing and customer experience at Aperia Technologies. “The Halo Connect tire maintenance platform leapfrogs existing available technologies, and its expansion into delivery vans now enables our clients to put all tires under management with a single platform, regardless of vehicle class.”

Fleets can virtually eliminate tire-related downtime and reduce tire costs by tracking tire pressures in real time.

“Alternate technologies commonly overwhelm fleets with false warnings and incomplete information,” said Monte. “With Halo Connect, fleets receive accurate, time-bound maintenance recommendations that garner user trust and engagement.”

Aperia currently has 1 million tires under management on commercial trucks and trailers.

Fleet of last mile vehicles
(Photo: Aperia Technologies)

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