OEM Data Delivery Integrates FuelForce Controller with Select Service Trackers
Shelton, CT – Discerning off-highway fleet managers understand the need to monitor fuel consumption effectively. That’s why OEM Data Delivery has integrated FuelForce Controller capabilities into the ST-570 RFID Cube, ST-575-HWI and ST-576-M Service Trackers.
“We believe this enhanced capability is ideal for fleet operations with fuel trucks and multiple fill stations,” said Sam Simons, president of OEM Data Delivery. A radio antenna installed on the fuel station wirelessly identifies the equipment receiving the fuel. Authorized operators can fuel their equipment with a push of a button.
The system monitors the dispensing of fuel from the station and when the fuel enters the asset, ensuring that all fuel dispensed is also tracked. The fuel data is automatically captured and securely delivered to appropriate departments along with other asset information, such as cumulative, idling and working hours in the case of the ST-575-HWI tracker. “Monitoring fuel makes sense in any economy,” said Simons.
For more information about enhanced capabilities in fuel tracking, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
OEM Data Delivery was recently recognized by Construction Equipment magazine as having a Top 100 Product of 2015 with its ST-576-M engine meter. Other popular offerings include MiniPOD and MiniPOD Fuel, which let users track equipment, hours, location, and fuel spent. EQUIPCHAT provides customized online software to track the data gathered (The company recently launched its Mobile EQUIPCHAT app for tablets and cell phones). Keypad allows customers field data entry with cellular tracking capabilities. Learn more about OEM Data Delivery’s other products.
About OEM Data Delivery
OEM Data Delivery, a division of OEM Controls, Inc., is committed to providing customized, data-delivery solutions for owners and managers of mobile equipment and remote operations. The company has designed and manufactured rugged electronics for the off-highway market for over 45 years.
FuelForce is used with permission of Multiforce Systems Corporation. Founded in 1981 by Tom Bates, Multiforce Systems Corporation has been continually innovating and developing FuelForce fuel management systems.
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