Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems—For Medium and Heavy Duty Highway Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Tire Pressure Maintenance Systems – (typically known as ATIS – Automatic Tire Inflation Systems) systems which sense pressure directly or indirectly and maintain tire pressure above a minimum specified threshold, and inform the driver of the system’s activity.
Tire Pressure Management (adjustment) Systems (typically known as CTIS – Central Tire Inflation Systems) – systems which sense pressure, plus other pertinent parameters (i.e., vehicle load and speed, tire temperature, etc.) directly or indirectly, and adjust or sustain the pressure at a the level appropriate for the conditions, and inform the driver of the system’s activity.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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The Tire Committee is organized under the SAE Truck-Bus Council Total Vehicle Steering Committee and has the responsibility to initiate, develop, review and approve the SAE Technical Reports (Standards, Recommended Practices, and Information Reports) related to tires used on medium- and heavy-duty trucks and buses with GVWRs greater than 10,000 lbs. Such vehicles include vans, utility vehicles, trucks, truck tractor combinations, trailers and buses. This scope of work is done on behalf of the Total Vehicle Steering Committee, SAE Truck-Bus Council, the Technical Standards Board, and to serve the best interests of the public.The Tire Committee provides the support, review, and approval of the work of the following tire sub-committees and task forces: Truck Tire Characterization and Military Industry Tire