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 Machine-to-Machine communication and Static Objects Control

This solution is designed to build systems of control of any objects and can combine the control of both cars, so specialized vehicles, other machinery and equipment.

notification,remote monitoring of the equipment, free option of gps position on the map with charts and reports.

 

Our customers are the integrators and operators of GPS AVL/M2M applications


Solutions: 

Time control of the engine facility

Monitoring fuel level

Ability to remotely monitor the facilities in remote areas and in areas of severe climate

Ability to receive notifications (sms, e-mail), when changing kakah any object parameters

Get information at any time and for any time period on all movements of the object, changing the parameters and time of the object

Accounting for the time of the units, assemblies, manipulators

 

Successful story from our integrator in Central America 

FUEL LEVEL with RPM's and Ignition Status of output voltage value.


FUEL LEVEL with RPM's and Ignition Status of output voltage value.

 

Other Example of a graph liquid level with movement status:

 

 

 

Fueling

In this report, you can see where the object is refueled. On the map you will see the markers refueling , and that the report will look like:


 

Plums

In this report, you can see where it leaked fuel. On the map you will see the markers plum , and that the report will look like:

 

Schedule of engine speed

Report that shows the dependence of engine speed from time.

   

 Engine hours

The report shows how long the work object, how much time is in motion, how much fuel is spent during this period. The list shows:

  • Begin - time of the burn site;
  • Initial position - the location of the object, when you turn on the engine;
  • End - time off the engine object;
  • Final position - the location of the object, when you turn off the engine;
  • Duration - the time interval during which the engine facility has been included;
  • The movement - a time interval during which the object is moving;
  • Idling - the time interval during which the object was included with the engine;
  • Spent fuel - the amount of fuel consumed for the entire time interval;
  • The average flow rate - the average fuel consumption, measured in the number of spent fuel in an hour.

 

 

Please contact us for complete information about this decision and and its value.

Our staff is happy to answer all your questions.

 

 

 

 

 



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