Stoneridge is showcasing a range of innovative products at this year’s IAA Show in Hannover, which help to make drivers’ lives easier and fleets more efficient.

With worldwide manufacturing, sales & distribution centres, Stoneridge is coming to the IAA with its new One Minute Rule digital tachograph, the

SE5000 Exakt Duo. The Duo technology comes as standard in the new model and at no extra cost, giving drivers real-time updates, including drive and rest times countdowns, as well as useful warnings when nearing the driving limits, helping them to keep legal.

Stoneridge has also recently launched two free tachograph apps for Android smartphones* –

Duo Mobile and Tacho Center. Duo Mobile brings the benefits of the Duo technology such as real-rime overviews and countdowns visibly to smartphones, giving drivers a second Duo display. Tacho Center enables the wireless download of digital tachograph data from any EU Type Approved digital tachograph.

Visitors will also be able to demo Stoneridge’s

OPTAC3 tachograph analysis software which is a key part of the company’s business and used as a solution of choice of enforcement agencies throughout Europe. OPTAC3 is a cost-effective, flexible and straight forward solution, suitable for both analogue and digital tachographs.

Being a global supplier to market leading OEMs, Stoneridge will also showcase their range of

Instrument Clusters, ensuring user friendly and state-of-the-art design and high quality. Other products on display on the Stoneridge stand at the IAA will be: Sensors, Actuators and Valves as well as electronic control units and telematics systems.

To find out more, visit Stoneridge at the IAA in Hall 16, Stand A47.

*requires the purchase of Stoneridge’s Bluetooth dongle Tacho Link

Note to Editors:

Stoneridge Electronics is a part of the Stoneridge Group, a leading designer and manufacturer of highly engineered electrical and electronic components, modules and systems. Stoneridge has a strong reputation for developing innovative, reliable products including instrument clusters, tachographs, telematics systems and security systems for the automotive industry. The Stoneridge group has an annual turnover of over $700 million and just over 6,000 employees; of whom 550 work at Stoneridge Electronics.

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