According to TireStamp, the app enables technicians to have information on problems in advance of tire failure so that they can plan and schedule service, respond quickly, efficiently, and with the right equipment before sending out technicians and service trucks.
Since TireVigil TPMS products have been built to meet the TPMS 2.0 standard and incorporate wireless technologies that provide remote diagnostics for tires, emergency road service call centers can be alerted to tire problems as they develop in addition to providing the vehicle location and the specific actions to take in resolving these problems, the company said.
Tire dealers using the TireVigil Servicing App can see the service required for one TireVigil equipped vehicle in a fleet, see the service required on all vehicles with problem tires at one specific location, or across the entire fleet. The Servicing App provides the type of tires on each vehicle, highlights the specific alert issues and the actions that should be taken to correct these problems.
Dealers can also view all active TireVigil alerts across a fleet, or fleets. Alerts and reports can be directed to all of a tire dealer’s branches or only to specific branches that are responsible for that particular fleet location so that only those branches that can interact with a particular vehicle will see its alerts.