Level Ride Air Suspension was recognized with a 2018 Global Media Award at the recent SEMA Show in Las Vegas for its wireless suspension controller.
Founded in Australia in 1999, Level Ride recently located its headquarters to suburban Las Vegas.
“We were thrilled to win a Global Media Award as a first-time SEMA Show exhibitor,” said Level Ride founder James Cloak. “To be recognized out of the thousands of exhibitors at the show is an honor.”
The SEMA Global Media Awards are selected by an esteemed panel of international journalists. These judges honour products based on their worldwide appeal.
This year’s program included 30 judges from 19 countries who evaluated nearly 3,000 new products at the SEMA Show.
Level Ride Air Suspension (LRAS) offers a highly refined way to control popular pneumatic and hydraulic suspension systems. Working with a vehicle’s existing adjustable suspension, LRAS uses an Android-based wireless control unit to change ride height by touch or voice.
Plus, LRAS stores data from the WiFi-enabled controller in a secure cloud-based server. This permits remote diagnostics and troubleshooting anywhere in the world where a reliable WiFi connection is available.