Hi-Tech Omnicomm Solutions Draw Praise from Participants of Telematics Conference SEEurope

Omnicomm, the leading Russian manufacturer of GLONASS/GPS-enabled vehicle tracking and fuel consumption monitoring systems, participated in Telematics Conference SEEurope, which took place on September 26 in Zagreb, Croatia. Since 2011, this annual conference is the principal telematics event in Southeast Europe, previously hosted by such European capitals as Ljubljana and Belgrade. The conference drew over 100 representatives of international telematics, logistics, and transport companies. This year's Telematics Conference SEEurope was dominated by a discussion of the future path of innovative evolution of the transport industry, technologies, and telematics solutions in Southeast Europe.

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Omnicomm is invaluable to South European telematics market players. For more than 15 years, we are the undisputed leader in the Russian market for fuel consumption monitoring systems. Omnicomm ships products to customers in Russia, the CIS, and over 100 countries worldwide. Problems associated with fuel theft are not confined to Russia alone. It is truly a worldwide plague.

At the conference, Omnicomm showcased its hi-tech solutions: Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors that have applications across all industries.

The South European market is known for its widespread use of solutions based on CAN buses. Among multiple other features, they are able to collect data on the level of fuel in the vehicle tank. However, a CAN bus does not hold a candle to modern fuel level sensors when it comes to fuel level measurement and fuel monitoring functionality. A CAN bus lacks the precision of readings and the versatility that are essential for objective analysis of fuel data and vehicle fleet monitoring. Moreover, unlike a CAN bus, fuel level sensors are able to record instances of refueling and draining of fuel, as well as monitor the fuel level in real time.

As a participant of Telematics Conference SEEurope, Omnicomm has been able to demonstrate and prove the effectiveness of leading Russian fuel consumption monitoring technologies. Omnicomm earned praise from the international vehicle tracking community and attending partners: AROBS Transilvania Software SRL (Romania), Fleet Management Solutions (Serbia), CVS Mobile (Slovenia), Mobilisis (Croatia), Pointer (Israel), Ruptela (Lithuania), Teltonika (Lithuania), as well as potential new partners.

October 3, 2013