AbstractAn Israeli SME has developed and produced an innovative and unique sensoring system for detection of under- or over-inflated tyres, and is looking for a strategic partner in Europe with suitable financial resources to enable further development of the system and the establishment of a marketing and distribution network, which will be based on joint venture agreement with technical cooperation.
DetailsAn Israeli engineering SME has developed and produced state-of-the-art technology for the transportation industry, a solution that brings the traffic one step forward toward safer and efficient flow. The technology, which is called TMGS - Tyre Monitoring Ground System, is installed under road surfaces and supplies warning signals to vehicles with under- or over-inflated tyres. Vehicles, including private cars, buses and trucks, run over the sensor and receive real-time information about their tyres’ condition, achieved through the TMGS electronic processor, which sends its data to an outdoor electronic sign or PC computer located about 10 meters after the TMGS sensor. The information on the sign is expressed with lights - when there is a red light it means low or high air pressure at the corresponding position (a sign with a four-wheel vehicle supports also buses and trucks with more than four wheels).
At this stage the SME aims to achieve worldwide recognition of its solution as a legitimate and contributory solution for alerting drivers of under-inflated tyres. The SME, which employs a skilled and experienced team of workers who are committed to a full solution, is able to supply installation services, technical support and design according to customer's specific needs. The SME's leading concept and vision is well described by the phrase "Customers Imagination is our Challenge".
Presently the SME's developing team is working on an enhanced version of the technology, which can be integrated with a License Plate Recognition camera (LPR), an added feature that enables to create a fleet tracking report.
In order to expand and branch out on solid ground, the SME is looking for a strategic partner in Europe with suitable financial resources, which will enable the partnership or the joint company further needed development of the system on the one hand and the establishment of a proper marketing and distribution network on the other hand. The SME is looking to do all this through joint venture agreement with technical cooperation.
Improves passengers and vehicle safety, reduce maintenance costs, improves quality of service, add hi-tech appearance to a business, and supplies traffic information.