Tanker Truck Management System

Tanker Truck Management System provides solutions to fuel management and control of trucks in stations and construction sites.

Tanker Truck Management System registers refuelling of trucks and stocks.

The system works online and offline.

While all fuel distribution is taken under control, unwanted refuelling will be prevented. The system only provides refuelling to vehicles and devices that are previously authorized and recognized.

The Tanker Truck Management System works in an integrated manner with the Depot Identification System (DIS) and Customer Identification System.

The Truck Control Unit which is located in the driver’s cab, registers the data concerning refuelling of trucks, such as to which vehicle or the driver the fuel is distributed to and which employee was responsible for this operation. 

The Truck Control Unit transfers the registered data online to the Central Management System software that is installed at the head Office.

Online and Offline Capabilities

  • PC or Industrial-based automation option
  • Unlimited vehicle fuel delivery management
  • Refuelling monitoring
  • Shift system
  • Detailed reporting
  • Fuel stock management  
 

The software that is installed into the Tanker Control Unit is located in the fuel tanker driver’s cab, which communicates with the tanker’s digital counter unit.

The Tanker Control Unit communicates with the digital meter connected to the fuel output valve of the tanker and provides an immediate recording of the fuel outflow. This data is transmitted online to the Central Management System software that is installed at the head offices. It records the driver or employee who is replenishing the RFID card reader on the unit. The station controller connected to the Tank Control Unit is connected to the refueling vehicles with the RFID Reader on the tanker fueling nozzle. The wireless RFID Nozzle kits installed in the tank fueling nozzle detect the Passive RFID Tag (depot identification) in the tank when the nozzle is inserted into the vehicle’s tank. By checking the fuel type of the vehicle and the amount of fuel it can take, it approves the refueling. It receives the mileage and engine counter data and sends it to the system via the Speedometer Counter Reader Kit that is mounted on the vehicle.

When the fueling nozzle is taken out of the fuel tank, refueling stops.