We offer several options to equip your existing fleet management system with fuel consumption monitoring and control functions.

The first important and key element is Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors. Thanks to Omnicomm LLS it is possible to make accurate measurements of the fuel level in the tank. More information about this you can find in our products and video sections. The second element is TPMS – Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Generally this factor is ignored or does not have enough attention paid to it. TPMS is a factor with a triple effect: First we save fuel and money, second – we save tire life and third – we reduce CO2 emissions. More information about this you can find in our TPMS section. Of course, the first and second elements are important but not vital without a proper tool which may combine, integrate and analyze the information provided. This sophisticated tool is our ARIMA Online cloud service. This service allows handling all the necessary information on movement of vehicles and fuel consumption. It is a powerful analytical software tool that provides a large set of reports to the client.

Proper installed instruments, filters and parameters provide the customer with enough power and comfort to analyze and the most complicated fuel cases. This way we significantly increase functionality and effectiveness of the final customer business process and make noticable difference compared to other solutions in the market.

Diesel Generators

Our daily work and experience with the platform has provided a new service - special diesel generators monitoring application has been launched. Having the experience to operate and read out different signals from different types of sensors, our engineers have added new value to our service: Monitoring and control of parameters of diesel generators and alarm states.
Diesel Generator statistics;
Generator Engine Hours;
Fuel Used in engine hours;
Fuel Filled - amount;

Date Time and amount  of fuel filling(s);
Fuel Stolen - amount;
Date Time and amount  of fuel theft;
Detailed statistics for generator working hours, i.e. start, end, duration, fuel used, etc.;
Graphic chart fuel level;
Graphic chart fuel temperature;
Graphic chart generator accumulator;
GSM signal level graphic chart of state

For ease of use, special notifications are generated for our clients. Special notifications for the generator maintenance status are available and editable:   
Notification: Critical Fuel Level (adjustable);
Notification: High Temperature;
Notification: No power supply (grid 220 VAC);
Notification: Generator has been started;
Notification: Generator is not connected to the grid;
Notification: Generator’s power supply is connected to the grid;
Notification: Main grid power supply is off from the Generator’s power supply;
Notification: Generator is stopped (when the main grid power supply is available);
Notification: Main grid power supply is available;
Notification: Generator is on stand by and ready for next start;
Notification: GSM signal is lost.

All notifications can be delivered to the clients staff either, on-line, via e-mail or SMS.

For correct and regular maintenance a special module – Service Intervals is available.

Service Intervals module can observe the following events and conditions:

Change of oil and oil filter of generator (by engine hours or calendar);
Change of fuel filter of generator (by engine hours or calendar);
Change of air filter of generator (by engine hours or calendar);
Change of oil transmission of generator (by engine hours or calendar);
Maintenance and spare parts management, including cost of the maintenance;
Service engineer who did the maintenance and date of next maintenance;

The constant improvement of our service and working environment allows to all our customers to have better visualization, maximum flexibility and user-friendly screens.
The new monitoring panel keeps our standard alarm functionalities! Sounds and visual alarms are available!