Fuel is typically one of the largest fleet expenses. Finding ways to minimize fuel spent can substantially improve the bottom line.
JaxiCloud fuel monitoring system provides intelligent tools to keep track of fuel consumption and easily detect fuel thefts. Fuel information can be sourced from the CAN bus of a vehicle or after-market fuel sensors and counters. Take charge of your fuel use with JaxiCloud
Flexible configuration to create custom calculation system
Map markers for fuel thefts and fillings
Instant notifications on fuel level variations
Why businesses are investing in fuel control?
The JaxiCloud fuel monitoring system is an effective protection against fuel drain and fake checks for non-certified refueling. All data comes online and is also displayed in reports. You can compare the actual flow rates with the norms and determine the fuel drain without errors.
Allows the operating dispatcher to look through the history of fuel level variations in the vehicle tank for a specified period, presented as a graph
A click on any point of the graph allows you to see the precise fuel level value and vehicle location at the moment. The analysis is based on data from after-market fuel level sensors (FLS) or onboard computers (CAN) of the vehicle
JaxiCloud fuel tracking system grants the opportunity to generate reports on all fuel fillings and possible fuel thefts with precise date, time, location and map markers, initial and final fuel levels, and fillings/thefts volume information provided.
Using special reports in the JaxiCloud system, a dispatcher can analyze the actual fuel consumption of the vehicle for any specified period, compare the value to the standard, and promptly assess savings and fuel burn for every single vehicle and for the whole fleet.
After the fuel management system system is adjusted to your needs you can receive notifications on fuel fillings and thefts via email, SMS and push notifications in your APP.
Businesses use the JaxiCloud fuel management system and solutions based on its functionality to eliminate fuel theft, increase safety, and better track their assets.
Using this intelligent data fleet owners are usually able to decrease fuel thefts in their fleets by 90%.
This report is designed to display the data about fuel fillings and drains, as well as the intervals of operation of the counter sensor of the unit in one table. For each type of activity (fuel filling, drain, counter operation) you can customize its interval filtration in the parameters of the table.
If in the filtration parameters, there are other selected units and at the moment of activity they were close to the unit for which the report is executed, the algorithm of fuel fillings analysis is run. Thus, when executing, for example, a report on a tanker, one can see not only its fuel activity but also the amount of fuel received by the units near it (at least one message from such units should be received during the activity interval from a distance less than the radius specified in the filtration parameters).
The Fuel traffic report can include the columns described below.
The activation time of the sensor and the time of the fuel filling or drain depend on the type (see below).
The deactivation time of the sensor and the time of the fuel filling or drain depend on the type.
The time from the beginning to the end (0 for fuel fillings and drains).
The position of the unit while sending the data (is associated with the End field).
The kind of the current activity determined by the system (filling, drain, counter operation).
The quantity calculated by the counter sensor or the data from the Filled or Drained columns taken from the columns of the same name in the corresponding tables depending on the type.
The name of the sensor by which the type was determined.
The column includes the names of the geofences or units with which an intersection was recorded during a given interval. Necessary geofences and units are indicated in the filtration parameters. If there are several geofences or units that have been triggered, the report displays the name of the geofence with the smallest surface or the name of the unit with the smallest radius of approximation. If the sizes coincide, all the names are included.
The sum of the fuel fillings (if any) of the units shown in the Geofences/Units column. Only the fillings registered automatically and the time of which is within the interval from Beginning to End are taken into account.
The difference between the values of the Volume and Filled columns.
The name of the driver assigned to the unit on the current interval.
An empty column where you can introduce your custom comments after you have printed or exported the report.