Fuel Management and Monitoring
Fuel management systems are used to maintain, control and monitor fuel consumption and stock in any type of industry that uses transport, including rail, road, water and air, as a means of business
- Fuel Leaks
- Theft of Fuel
- Fuel Supplies inaccurate
- Low fuel Level
- Increasing of efficiency of fleet operation
- Reducing of fuel and wages costs
- Increasing of vehicle/Generator service life, repairing and maintenance costs lowering
- Control of the time and place of fueling as well as fueling volume control
- Engine operating control: time, power output, engine speed, temperature, oil pressure
- Monitoring Diesel in remote sites
- Quantifying refueling
- Reduced risk of generator failure
- Remote Start/Stop capability
FMMS can be installed on trucks and passenger cars, buses, technological transport, tractors, loaders, graders, road-building machinery, stationary diesel generators, boilers, burners, etc.
FMMS is a complete solution that allows you to solve simultaneously several problems: real-time vehicle tracking, fuel consumption monitoring, vehicle operating time control, monitoring the modes and conditions of vehicle operation.
Fuel management systems are designed to effectively measure and manage the use of fuel within the transportation and construction industries. They are typically used for fleets of vehicles, including railway vehicles and aircraft, as well as any vehicle that requires fuel to operate. They employ various methods and technologies to monitor and track fuel inventories, fuel purchases and fuel dispensed. This information can be then stored in computerized systems and reports generated with data to inform management practices. Online fuel management is provided through the use of web portals to provide detailed fueling data, usually vis a vis the back end of an automated fuel management system. This enables consumption control, cost analysis and tax accounting for fuel purchases.