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Powerful tool for operator awareness

Yale Reliant™ is a robust technology suite designed to reinforce lift truck operating best practices and support operator awareness, tailored to the unique challenges of warehouse operations. It limits equipment performance based on equipment status, location and operating conditions, while keeping the operator in control of the lift truck.


Advanced, robust technology platform

Suite of technologies account for the complexity of warehouse environments and apply smooth performance controls without upsetting stability


Advanced Dynamic Stability (ADS)

Core technology controls to travel and hydraulic functions based on environment characteristics and lift truck status, for stable, steady movement.


Real-Time Location Sensing

Monitors where equipment is and sets exclusion zones to limit speed or restrict trucks from designated areas altogether.


Proximity Detection

Tracks proximity to other equipment, pedestrians and beacons through local or real-time location technologies, helping inform ADS performance controls.


Object Detection

Detects objects in path of travel through LiDAR technology, including those not connected to proximity tags, helping inform ADS performance controls.

Dynamic alerts

Get operator attention

If Yale Reliant detects a pedestrian or obstacle in the path of travel, location-based speed limit or other condition, it triggers an alert to help support operator awareness and provide additional reaction time.

Speed reduction

Automatic truck slow-down

Yale Reliant activates automatic speed control based on rules specific to certain areas of the facility like ends of aisles or heavy pedestrian zones, proximity to other equipment and pedestrians, and truck load and cornering stability.

Load stability

Lift lockout and hydraulic limits

Limits hydraulic functions, including lift, lower and tilt, to keep loads stable and moving at a steady rate, helping reduce the risk of tipping and load pitching, such as handling an overweight load or forks are positioned too high.