If you’re looking for an aftermarket tire sensor anyone can install to measure advanced tire analytics, you’re in luck.
The team at Tire Stickers (whom Traction News first spoke to about their custom tire lettering product four years ago on our special 2016 SEMA Show podcast) have released the Cerebrum Boost Smart Tire Sensor — a DIY aftermarket tire sensor solution.
The sensor, which can measure pressure, temperature, tread depth, and more, has just won best new product at SEMA360 in the van/pickup/sport-utility category. The sensor includes load measurement information, so it’s ideal for trucks, RVs and fleets.
The Cerebrum sensor was developed by the inventors behind Tire Stickers and uses the same rubber bonding technology and techniques to adhere the sensor to the inside of the tire. The sensors can be installed by anyone, including qualified wheel and tire technicians, in a similar fashion to a tire patch.
This short installation video will give you a good idea of how the Cerebrum sensor works.
Cerebrum sensors can connect to most wireless receivers and analytics are available through a mobile app and the cloud for telematics.
The Cerebrum app features an advanced mode, which records user sessions providing the GPS path, pressure, temperature and accelerometer conditions, to optimize tire performance.
Find more information on the Tire Stickers website.