Tyre management

Goodyear TPMS: keeping you on the road and ahead of the game

Goodyear’s small tyre sensor with a big impact

The simple act of attaching the small Goodyear TPMS* sensors to each wheel can mean a huge step forward in productivity. 

 

If a TPMS sensor detects a change in tyre temperature or pressure on any vehicle in any location, an alert is instantly sent to your desktop or mobile device. With the information at hand, you can take steps to prevent incidents that might cause expensive downtime, delayed deliveries, or unhappy customers. 

 

Goodyear TPMS helps you avoid problems and keep your fleet running. It gives you the control; it takes away the worry. Install the Goodyear TPMS truck  solution and bring your fleet up to a new level of reliability and efficiency.

How Goodyear TPMS helps your fleet

Less downtime

Avoid tyre-related breakdowns. Let your trucks keep rolling.

Reduced fuel costs

Under-inflated tyres consume more fuel. Keep pressure up, keep costs down.

Longer tyre life

Maintain the optimum pressure. Get optimum distance. 

Safer for drivers

Fewer incidents helps to keep drivers safe – and productive.

Delight the customer

Fewer tyre-related incidents. Fewer missed deliveries.

Easy to use

Automated measurement for truck tyres. Easy and efficient.

How does Goodyear TPMS work? 

We fit a tyre pressure sensor to the rim of each wheel. That sensor measures tyre pressure and temperature data and relays it via an on-board router and GPS to the Goodyear cloud. 

 

But this doesn’t mean you are constantly bombarded with data. 

 

Goodyear TPMS makes your life easier because it uses powerful G-Predict Technology to turn raw data into user-friendly alerts and reports. These are sent to both driver and fleet manager, who are then constantly aware of under-inflated tyres, air leaks or other mechanical issues. 

 

Also, G-Predict Technology can spot data trends and therefore give you advance warning of problems before they happen. Wherever your vehicle is, whether the engine is running or not, you know what’s going on with the tyres and what to do about it. 

How do I implement Goodyear TPMS?

We can help you deploy the Goodyear TPMS quickly – so you can start reaping the benefits of reduced downtime and better fleet management as quickly as possible. Get in touch today.

Graziano Palmisano, Fleet Manager, SOA Corporate (Italy)

“The Goodyear TPMS solution has brought us more safety, fuel savings, and the maintenance costs have been reduced.”

Designed for both fleet managers and drivers.

Goodyear Fleet Manager Web (web platform)

  • Customisable web platform
  • One dashboard providing you with a complete overview of your fleet’s condition
  • User-configurable reporting and new alert dashboard allowing you to manage your fleet your way
  • Track your vehicles and coordinate your daily business
  • Monitor your fleet by defining geographical areas (Geofences)
Goodyear Fleet Manager Web

Goodyear Fleet Manager App (mobile application)

  • One dashboard providing an overview of all vehicles
  • Live view of your fleet’s tyres and live vehicle details
  • Alerts when a tyre needs urgent maintenance or replacing
  • Track your vehicles and monitor your fleet with Geofences
  • Instant information about mileage performance
  

The Goodyear Driver Assist App (mobile application)

  • Up-to-the minute information for the driver
  • A ‘live’ view of the condition of the tyres on the vehicle
  • Immediate alerts if a loss in tyre pressure is detected or if a tyre is under-inflated to avoid incidents
 

Designed to identify potential incidents before they happen

Goodyear G-Predict Technology

Goodyear engineers specifically designed a suite of powerful algorithms that identify a potential incident before it happens. Data is analysed and potential incidents are flagged before they become an issue, which could lead to the vehicle not being roadworthy.

1. Data Retrieval

2. Data transfer via mobile network

3. Goodyear server

4. Data analysis with powerful Goodyear G-Predict Technology

5. Alert and user-friendly reporting

6. Preventive service execution