TriMotive Plans New Electronics Module for 2020

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Horizon Global and its OEM division TriMotive have developed a new trailer electronics module for the OEM market.

TriMotive has been working with a leading OEM to integrate the new product offering into a vehicle that will launch in calendar year 2020. The new electronics module will bring technical improvements over current systems offered to OEMs, and will provide for future expansion that will integrate sensing technology, such as the company’s Westfalia TTA angle sensor and other advanced add-ons.

“This new product is expected to play a key role in simplifying vehicle integration and overall system complexity, which is intended to bring significant savings to the customer, reduce warranty costs, and enhance the end-user experience,” said John Aleva, president of Horizon Global Americas.

This technological advance in trailering was several years in the making, and represents a significant step forward in the overall expansion of Horizon Global’s electronics design portfolio and expertise for OEMs.

“Securing this product award with one of our leading OEM customers is due not only to the innovation of our products, but also to the execution of Horizon Global’s talented TriMotive team,” said Mike Sislo, TriMotive VP and general manager. “I am proud of the advances we continue to make at Horizon Global and pleased that we can bring continued innovations to our OE customers as the Company’s TriMotive division.”


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