Omnicomm, global fuel monitoring and fleet management solutions provider, has announced the inauguration of its first office in India, in Chennai, to carry out sales operations and provide technical support to customers. The company made this announcement at the recently-concluded Telematics India 2015 seminar. Although Omnicomm has set up its office in the country only now, it has already made over 1,500 installations its equipment up to date, the company noted.
Omnicomm also presented the updated tech scheme for fuel monitoring, which it has branded R-sensor solution, showcasing the features of the third-generation Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors within it. The R-sensor is a technological solution designed to be part of any fleet management system, and was created for faster and easier integration of fuel monitoring in any system, Omnicomm explained. The R-Sensor bundle consists of Omnicomm LLS precise fuel level sensor, proxy server to clone data traffic from partner’s AVL, and Omnicomm reporting engine.
Omnicomm said that the Indian market of transport telematics is one of the fastest developing ones in the world. Studies expected this market to reach 1.3 mn units by 2021, the company noted. Omnicomm has also been implementing a number of projects with significant players in the region, and is claimed to have gained a significant partner and customer base in the country.
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Кражбите на гориво продължават да са сериозно перо от загубите, които търпят автомобилните превозвачи. И не само те. Същото е положението и в строителния бранш и в селското стопанство и при транспорта на течните горива. Интелигентно решение за справяне с тях предлагат от българската компания Каст Инженеринг ЕООД и руският им партньор Omnicomm.
El gasto de combustible puede constituir hasta el 50% del total de los gastos de una empresa de autotransporte. Es por esto que es importante no sólo encontrar una manera de reducir el consumo, sino también de evitar los casos de robo de diésel.