In today's fast-moving business environment, telematics systems don't just collect data anymore, but also select and process information. That's the message BPW and its Munich-based subsidiary idem will try to convey at the Transport Logistic trade show in Munich next month.
According to BPW, haulage companies can now receive individualised data and reports for their fleets. “The systematic analysis of the generated data such as door activity, position, non-driving time, temperature or tyre inflation pressure … provides an important basis for any haulage company to make decisions,” the company announced.
“It is not just a matter of gathering an unmanageable volume of information, but … of identifying unforeseen circumstances and … indicating helpful solutions as a means of rectifying problems.”
As a manufacturer of “intelligent running gear systems”, BPW will also be presenting the new Standard Eco Air Compact unit on its stand, a modular air suspension for 9-tonne axles. Another integral component of the new running gear system is the Eco Air tank made from GFRP, representing a significant weight saving compared to conventional steel air tanks, according to the manufacturer.