Tyres & Accessories Magazine, January 2021

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In this issue:

I TPMS and sensors I

In Europe, driven by the desire for CO2 reduction, TPMS legislation was introduced in 2009, with the implementation being phased from 2012 with 100% compliance by 2014. By the end of 2021, the TPMS market will be worth some U$S4 billion, according to the chip-maker that supplies the necessary application-specific integrated circuits for Sensata/Schrader. Add in the fact that electric vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have all progressed greatly during the same period and the sensorisation of the market is an unquestionable trend. But what exactly are the trends? Who makes the key products? And how can companies at all levels of the distribution chain do business with sensors.

I Agricultural tyres I

The system relevance of the agricultural sector has given the related tyre business an enviable resilience during this year’s coronavirus crisis. We’ll hear from protagonists in the agricultural tyre business in January and what their experiences of 2020 have taught them. We’ll also look at the latest products for farmers and agricultural contractors.

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