Aperia Technologies Inc. announced an expansion of Halo Connect, its industry-first tire analytics platform that enables commercial fleets to virtually eliminate unplanned tire-related downtime. Introduced in limited quantities earlier this year, Halo Connect now features precise vehicle location and service insights, in addition to tire tread depth and replacement tracking to further simplify fleet tire maintenance decisions.
“Following a successful limited quantity release with some of the industry’s top fleets, Halo Connect is entering full production with a significant backlog and expanded feature set to further simplify tire management within the fleet,” said Josh Carter, president and chief executive officer at Aperia Technologies.
Halo Connect leverages proprietary algorithms trained over more than half a decade and a billion miles to deliver a next generation tire management experience, and furthers the company’s objective to transform the way fleets interact with their tires. The platform categorizes tire-related issues by severity and provides maintenance recommendations, enabling fleets to prevent tire failure due to leaks, under-inflation, and wear by streamlining communication and tire maintenance.
“We’ve seen fleets report a 90+ percent reduction in tire-related emergency roadside service since implementing Halo Connect in their fleet,” said Carter.
Halo Connect gives fleet managers and service partners simple and immediate insights into tire health at a fleet-wide and vehicle level; insights that can reduce tire and operational costs by identifying and addressing issues well before they become problems that impact fleet operations.