United States. Anyline launched its Tire & Vehicle Analytics platform, which delivers real-time, actionable insights for automotive service providers, fleet operators, and OEMs.
Today, the lack of consistent and reliable tire and vehicle information affects the ability of automotive aftermarket companies to make data-driven decisions, leading to an estimated loss of $68.4 billion in potential revenue globally.
Anyline software is already used by major automotive companies to digitize data from hundreds of millions of vehicles each year. Now, with Tire & Vehicle Analytics, tire sidewall, tread, VIN, license plate, driver's license, and odometer scans can be tracked, analyzed, and correlated with external data sources, providing new insights and helping to identify the 27% of all tires on the road that are dangerously worn.
"The digital collection of vehicle and tire data provides great value for individuals, automotive retailers, service centers and fleet managers," said Lukas Kinigadner, CEO and co-founder of Anyline.
"Mining that data for intelligence can help predict maintenance issues, vehicle health, tire life expectancy, and more. We deliver operational and strategic recommendations directly to drivers, service technicians and decision-makers in real time," he said.
Anyline Tire & Vehicle Analytics delivers value to automotive service providers by enabling them to better forecast demand and order tires or parts "just in time" to avoid customer delays. It also helps shops alert their customers if a tire or vehicle is subject to recall or requires maintenance.
The analytics platform also provides a wealth of tire information. By comparing the wear of various tire brands across different vehicles and geographies, recommendations can be made on the optimal tire choice for any set of circumstances.
For fleet companies, this information can be used to assess driver performance and accurately predict when tires will need to be retreaded or re-inflated to improve fuel efficiency and ensure legal compliance.