Bridgestone’s DriveGuard runflat, which can be mounted on most car equipped with tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), won the in the technology and products category as a development allowing for safer mobility.
French tire-maker Michelin also won in the same category with its X Line Energy Triple A tires. The development, said the judges, is the first to introduce a drive axle tire for trucks with Class A fuel efficiency. In the service concepts and process optimisation,
Germany’s 4JET Technologies was the winner for its Scannect system. This equips tires with an individual, permanent QR code, which can be read by smartphone cameras.