Digital Fuel Management Solution
Fuel, is one of the major expense in any fleet company which attributes up to 30% of its operational cost. If this is not properly regulated, this cost can even go higher making it difficult for these companies to make profits. At I-spy Africa, we offers you an accurate fuel monitoring and control systems to help you cut down this costs and increase efficiency.
Our fuel management system offers you the following:
REAL TIME MONITORING OF:
Alerts on increase and decrease of fuel levels and their location
Fuel Consumption report highlights the fuel used for the selected vehicle
Fuel increase or refuelling report highlights the fuel increase for the selected vehicle
Fuel sudden decrease report highlights the fuel decrease for the selected vehicle
The Fuel level (Low Fuel level) alert notifies the user when the units fuel level reaches a determined level.
This to monitor all refills, the system will notify users of every fuel Increase that exceed a set level (30 litres/10%) on each units.
The Fuel Level Sudden Decrease - This is to monitor Fuel theft/ Syphoning, the system will notify users of any sudden fuel decrease that exceed a set level either in quantity or Percentage.
Screenshots Showing Real Time Fuel Tracking
Fuel Used to cover the distance
Duration taken to cover the distance
Generated Fuel Consumption Report
Fuel Consumption Graphs
Temperature monitoring in fleet solutions is a valuable addition to I-Spy Africa's services, especially for businesses with temperature-sensitive cargo or assets. Monitoring the temperature in your fleet vehicles can help maintain the quality and safety of goods during transportation.
Benefit to the businesses:
Preservation of Cargo Quality: For industries dealing with perishable goods, such as food and pharmaceuticals, temperature monitoring ensures that cargo remains within the required temperature range. This helps maintain product quality and safety.
Compliance with Regulations: Temperature monitoring is often necessary to comply with industry-specific regulations and standards. Having accurate temperature records for transported goods is essential for regulatory compliance.
Real-Time Monitoring: Fleet managers can access real-time temperature data, allowing them to take immediate action if temperature levels deviate from the desired range. This helps prevent cargo spoilage and damage.
Alerts and Notifications: Temperature monitoring systems can send alerts and notifications when temperature levels go out of the specified range. This early warning system enables quick intervention to address temperature-related issues.
Historical Data Analysis: Temperature monitoring solutions typically store historical temperature data, which can be valuable for quality control, compliance reporting, and post-transport analysis.
Customized Solutions: Temperature monitoring can be customized to suit the specific needs of your fleet and cargo. Different sensors and configurations can be used to monitor various types of assets.
Remote Monitoring: Remote access to temperature data is particularly useful for fleet managers who need to monitor multiple vehicles from a centralized location, making it easier to ensure cargo integrity.
Safety and Customer Satisfaction: Ensuring that cargo is transported at the right temperature contributes to customer satisfaction and reduces the risk of product recalls due to temperature-related issues.
Real Time Temperature Readings
Remote Temperature Graphs Readings
Temperature monitoring in fleet solutions is especially important for businesses involved in the transportation of refrigerated or temperature-sensitive goods. It adds an extra layer of control and security to the supply chain, reducing the risk of financial losses due to cargo spoilage, improving compliance with regulations, and enhancing overall asset protection.