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Solera’s Spireon Introduces Subsequent-Gen Cargo Sensor

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Asset-tracking expertise supplier Spireon has launched its next-generation cargo sensor, designed to provide motor carriers extra detailed details about obtainable trailer capability.

The sensor, dubbed IntelliScan ProView, makes use of optical recognition expertise and machine studying to offer share readings on how a lot of a trailer’s cubic quantity and ground area is at the moment stuffed.

That knowledge will help reveal methods for trucking operations to raised make the most of all their cargo area, the corporate mentioned. For instance, truckload carriers can discover extra backhaul alternatives, whereas less-than-truckload operators can enhance load dice planning and personal fleets can higher handle stock in storage trailers.

“It was once sufficient to only report correct trailer load standing, however at this time, with larger freight volumes and the shortage of trailers, all carriers are in search of extra trailer capability,” Roni Taylor, Spireon’s senior vice chairman of technique, mentioned within the Oct. 20 announcement. “Spireon is giving carriers the flexibility to be extra environment friendly and haul extra freight with the trailers they’ve at this time.”

The ProView cargo sensor, a part of Spireon’s FleetLocate asset monitoring product line, additionally permits fleets to obtain photographs from contained in the trailer.

The sensor is mounted on the rear of the trailer to offer an entire view into the trailer through the loading course of.

Spireon was acquired earlier this yr by automobile lifecycle expertise agency Solera, which is also the dad or mum of trucking expertise companies Omnitracs, SmartDrive and eDriving. — Seth Clevenger

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