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.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems


TPMS systems measure the pressure in individual tyres, using sensors mounted on the wheel rim, on the inside of the tyre and can be applied to all types of LCVs and HDVs. TPMS system detects under-inflation in each tire by monitoring tyre pressure and temperature inside the tire. As a standard function of our TPMS an air temperature measurement of each tire is available and visible in the cockpit and/or monitoring platform.
TPMS has the advantage of determining absolute pressure values, low risk of (un)intentional misuse and high accuracy the lifetime of the sensor batteries is 5 years.
TPMS increases functionality by connecting vehicle TPMS information to our fleet management systems.
Main advantages of implementing TMPS are:
•    Fuel consumption reduction: up to 15%
•    Increasing tire lifetime: up to 30%
•    CO2 emissions reduction.

TPMS Specifications:
- Up to 24 tire sensors supported (one receiver);
- In case of a second receiver additional 12 tire sensors must be connected;
- Cockpit display – with automated illumination and build in memory for 24 messages;
- GPS tracker, connected to TPMS equipment;
- System power supply: 12 - 36 VDC;
- Sensors tire supply: 3 VDC;
- Connection line (tire sensors – receiver): wireless - 434 MHz;
- Connection line  (GPS tracker – TPMS receiver) - RS-232 over CAN-BUS J1993 protocol;
- Data timeout (sensors – receiver): 0,01 second;
- Data timeout (GPRS GPS receiver: up 25 seconds)
- Sound and Light activation in case of an alarm message;