Omnicomm releases the new onboard terminal with WiFi

Omnicomm, international hi-tech industry company, one of the leading developers and manufacturers of fuel monitoring equipment and other solutions for fleet management, has expanded its line of new onboard terminals with Omnicomm Profi 2.0 WiFi to transmit data via WiFi networks.

Earlier within the Omnicomm product line there was a terminal which was transmitting information via WiFi networks. However, the new onboard terminal favorably differs from its predecessor. There is a built-in battery and support of CAN-bus, the number of universal inputs increased from 1 to 6. The number of archived events is 150 000 now. The new terminal also implemented other hardware capabilities that allow it to stand in line with the most multifunctional terminals in the market.

Omnicomm Profi 2.0 WiFi is designed to operate in places with no coverage of GSM-networks. It provides accumulation and storage of telematics data in its own non-volatile memory and then sends them to the cloud service Omnicomm Online or a corporate server monitoring tool for WiFi networks.

The device is designed for use in high vibration, dust and temperature range from -40C to + 85C. The new terminal has more protected and enhanced body structure.

The terminal is intended, first and foremost, for use on transport and special equipment of mining companies operating in remote areas, for instance, in the Far North and in the absence of cellular network coverage.

Commenting on the launch of the new product, Stanislav Emelyanov, Omnicomm Deputy General Director, noted that the emergence of the new terminal is a response to the demand coming from domestic and foreign companies working in energy and mining spheres. “Energy and mining companies are always in our focus. They use trucks and heavy equipment which consume a huge amount of fuel and work in difficult conditions. Therefore, they need to be protected with fuel consumption control and monitoring systems, in particular, the terminals that are able to work without cellular coverage, for instance, in mines or at remote sites. The demand for such systems has been growing”, –  Mr. Emelyanov shared.

December 18, 2014