Tag: intelligent tyres

Sumitomo introduces ‘Sensing Core’ tyre technology

22nd May 2017 | 0 Comments

Sumitomo Rubber reports that the company has developed a new tyre-sensing technology called Sensing Core. Sensing Core is designed to detect road conditions, tyre load and other information by analyzing the wheel speed signals that are generated by the rotation of the tyres. Sumitomo says the technology will play a role in the advancement of autonomous vehicle technology.

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Pirelli’s ‘Cyber Tyre’ designed to ‘read the road’

Pirelli’s ‘Cyber Tyre’ designed to ‘read the road’

13th January 2015 | 1 Comment

The latest innovation to emerge from Pirelli's Milan headquarters is the “Cyber Tyre” and with it Pirelli believes it is pioneering a new generation of tyre technology. The Cyber Tyre features embedded sensors and is designed to provide vital information about vehicle performance and road conditions. The idea is that this data is then conveyed to the driver as well as to the car’s electronics, helping improve safety and efficiency.

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Fleets to benefit from Pirelli’s Cyber Tyre technology

Fleets to benefit from Pirelli’s Cyber Tyre technology

6th February 2012 | 0 Comments

Pirelli has extended its Cyber Tyre technology to the commercial vehicle sector through the introduction of Cyber Fleet, an ‘intelligent’ tyre that uses an electronic sensor and computer system to provide drivers and fleet managers with up-to-the-minute data regarding the tyre’s condition and the vehicle’s geographical position. The new product was unveiled at the manufacturer’s recent Truck Safety Day in Italy.

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Cyber Tyres are Coming, says Schrader

28th April 2010 | 0 Comments

Tyres capable of monitoring themselves, road conditions and ‘talking’ with a vehicle’s electronic systems are only three years away, declares Schrader Electronics. The automotive sensor developer has developed a sensor that is mounted on the inside of a tyre instead of on the valve or wheel rim, as is the case with currently available direct TPMS set ups. This sensor then transmits information wirelessly to receivers mounted in the vehicle’s wheel housing and via the car’s ECU to the driver.

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