Tomkins awarded remote tire pressure monitoring contract by GM.Business Editors
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 11, 2001
Schrader Electronics, part of Tomkins Industrial and Automotive Division, has been awarded a contract to supply remote tire pressure monitoring systems ("RTPMS") to General Motors light truck platforms.
The contract provides for the supply of RTPMS to future General Motor's North American North American
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Schrader Electronics is based in Northern Ireland and is the market and technology leader in remote tire pressure monitoring systems. The RTPMS allows drivers to monitor their vehicle's tire pressures by using electronic sensors attached to the tire valves to transmit pressure data from each wheel to displays on the dashboard or rear view mirror. Such systems will be compulsory on all cars produced in the USA under the TREAD Act and are also being made available by car producers across the world.
David Newlands, Chairman of Tomkins PLC, commented: "We are delighted that General Motors has selected Schrader for its light truck platforms. RTPMS is likely to become a standard safety feature in all vehicles during the next few years, not just in the USA where it will be compulsory. We anticipate that Schrader's leading technology will enable it to retain its market leader position in this significant new growth market."
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