Fuel Management Solutions with GPS Device & Sensor

Remote Fuel Monitoring System with Timbershake

Did you know that the average additional cost of fuel consumption of India annually is $14.7 Billion? The study was conducted by the logistics firm, Transport Corporation of India and IIM-Kolkata.

Definitely, it’s a steep number.

The factors affecting this steep number are delays due to traffic, bad roads, theft, poor monitoring, etc. This loss affects the financial report of every logistic, construction, cold chain, rental companies and the cost-efficiency goes down by quite a mile.

But what if an efficient real-time fuel management system sends real-time data to your mobile phone or your computer with which you can not only keep track of your fuel consumption but also have a critical analysis over a period of time? Don’t you think that this system can save millions of dollars over a period of time which you can re-invest on your business?

The answers are here and welcome to Asset Telematics.

Introducing an extremely efficient GPS Device called Timbershake with a fuel level monitoring sensor that is integrated with our software to provide real-time fuel monitoring data with which you can monitor your fleet, remotely from your mobile have a complete fuel management solution.

How does it work?

  • Fuel Sensor is installed in the fuel tank.
  • GPS Device, Timbershake is installed inside the vehicle.
  • The sensor sends real-time data to Timbershake.
  • Timbershake transfers data to a cloud server.
  • Post-data analysis in platforms creates alerts and fuel usage statistics for the user in the application dashboard.
Precision over Robustness

The fuel monitoring system with Timbershake provides an accuracy of 95-98% which gives an extra edge of a cost-efficient and well-monitored fleet. The system is designed for the convenience of the user to get reports and dashboards which if compared to the internal financial report will give you complete clarity that how much a user is saving when the fuel consumption is on a check.

What’s the wait for then?