Stemco announces next BAT RF phase

The newest generation of RFID sensor-based BAT RF products uses automatic wireless communication modes to capture real-time truck and trailer information, according to developer Stemco. Sensors mounted to a vehicle measure tire pressure, mileage and the asset's identification number, which is wirelessly sent to WebBAT, immediately flagging any piece of equipment that needs attention. The reports are

The newest generation of RFID sensor-based BAT RF products uses automatic wireless communication modes to capture real-time truck and trailer information, according to developer Stemco.

Sensors mounted to a vehicle measure tire pressure, mileage and the asset's identification number, which is wirelessly sent to WebBAT, immediately flagging any piece of equipment that needs attention. The reports are then available online to fleet managers and others.

According to the company, the key to improved productivity with the BATRF system is creation of a single collection point for fleet monitoring without having to check the entire fleet to see which vehicles need attention.

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