“Wizard” specialists are not strangers to deal with nonstandard complicated solutions – the engineering company exist more than 10 years and develop, as well as install security control systems, accounting automation, and GPS monitoring systems for transport. Thus, for instance, since the fall of 2015, a fuel monitoring system has been developed and successfully operated on stationary objects – stand-alone tanks that serve to refuel logging equipment in the Perm krai.
Special vehicles are equipped with Galileosky v 2.2.8, which are connected to fuel level sensors and flow meters. The power of devices installed on fuel tanks is provided by a car battery, which is charged from refueling equipment through a charging circuit. Сapacity of each fuel tank is 5.5 cubic meters.
Viktor Gulevskiy, the head of transport monitoring department at “Wizard”:
- The built up control system allows to fix not only the refueled volume, but also to compare it with the fueled up volume. Besides, it analyzes automatically which vehicle is the nearest to the tank at the time of refueling. The correlation between the fuel tank and the vehicle we set up in Wialon monitoring software. It is very convenient, that all data come together in one table. Reports also reflect the name of responsible driver, who received the fuel.
Thanks to mounting GPS equipment, the fuel drains were reduced to zero and up to 1 million rubles of cost savings per month were achieved. The developed solution demonstrated its reliability – even out of GMS coverage, the data was stored on tracking devices and unloaded via USB.
"We choose Galileosky trackers for high quality and reliability. Since the start of our partnership less than 1% of installed devices needed a repair – this figure speaks for itself, considering that we work with different brands. As for other GPS hardware manufacturers, the percentage of malfunctions is much higher, – explains Victor Gulevskiy. – Moreover, Galileosky is compatible with lots of additional devices, so we are always confident in the capabilities of this equipment."