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ContiConnect 2.0 – data-driven decisions for fleets

Continental has unveiled the next generation of the ContiConnect tyre management system – ContiConnect 2.0.

The system continues the drive towards predictive maintenance, putting in place the infrastructure for the digital tyre management of the future.

“With ContiConnect 2.0, we are building on existing functions such as continuous tyre pressure monitoring to enable our fleet customers to digitally track the remaining mileage, tread depth, and condition of all the tyres in their fleets,” said Sven Wilhelmsen, Head of Product Management Digital Solutions at Continental Tyres. The user experience has been significantly improved – thanks to the release of a new app, which covers all the work taking place on the vehicle and presents the fleet manager with the information relevant to them in an even more precisely targeted form.


ContiConnect 2.0 is a solution for truck, bus and passenger car fleets, as well as off-road vehicles. The fleet manager is presented with a fast and user-friendly overview of their entire fleet – regardless of where the vehicles happen to be. “The modular design of ContiConnect 2.0, the flexibility of its components and its level of compatibility allow us to integrate additional solutions, as requested by the customer,” explains Sven Wilhelmsen. “Plus, we are working on the integration of external systems for recording tread depth.” The premium tyre manufacturer enters development partnerships with customers and technology companies with the clear aim of continuously expanding its tyre-related offering with service-based, digital solutions. Its goal is to offer the all-encompassing, digital tyre management of the future: technology that can utilise the potential of tyres – as an important element in sustainable mobility – as safely and as comprehensively as possible. “Our aim is to offer the best solution for tyre monitoring and management,” concluded Tansu Isik, “A solution which can be integrated seamlessly into the processes and systems of our fleet customers.”


ContiConnect 2.0 is a new version of Continental’s proven digital tyre management system developed from scratch, with significantly improved user experience.

All of the available data on the tyre and vehicle is continuously analysed in the cloud, making it possible to issue precise tyre condition forecasts. Vehicle and tyre services can be coordinated and aligned with one another to optimum effect, which creates synergies and seamless links to workshops and dealers, helping to increase fleet efficiency, lower overall costs and offering reassurance for fleet managers that their vehicles will be ready to use more of the time.

ContiConnect 2.0 has been trialled successfully by a selected group of customers since late 2021, and the new platform will be rolled out worldwide over the course of 2022.

*Click here for the new Continental Digital Solutions image video.

Published On: 10/03/2022 16:00:30


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