PeopleNet integrates Valor tire pressure monitoring system

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BURLINGTON, Ont. — PeopleNet has announced integration with Valor’s tire pressure monitoring system.

“Our integration with Valor gives our customers yet another choice for providing real-time tire-pressure information directly to their maintenance desk. Proactively managing tire pressure gives fleets a huge opportunity to reduce vehicle maintenance costs and improve fuel economy and safety,” said Rick Ochsendorf, senior vice-president of product and operations with PeopleNet.

Valor is a Burlington, Ont.-manufacturer of tire pressure monitoring systems. It claims to be the only tire pressure monitoring company that develops and manufactures the complete system from sensor chip through to the analyzing software interface.

“We’re proud to be a key PeopleNet integration partner,” said Valor president Will Hu. “Our collaborative relationship enables us to provide our advanced, patented Tire Pressure Monitoring System to PeopleNet’s customers. Our solution integrates seamlessly within PeopleNet’s open framework. In this way, we are able to deliver reliable, timely data that leads to better tire efficiency, increased safety, and overall logistic benefits.”

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