Skylo, a narrowband IoT solution company, has teamed up with Omnicomm. The latter is popular for providing fleet management as well as fuel management solutions. Both the firms are going to leverage from their partnership and offer fleet owners a complete fuel and fleet management IoT solution. Here the fleet managers from the comfort of their homes will be able to monitor the real-time efficiency of their vehicles even in the locations where there is no cell coverage. This is not something which is unheard but still, both the companies have left a lot to be desired.
The company Omnicomm will utilize the IoT solutions portfolio of Skylo for delivering advanced fuel monitoring that addresses fuel wastage or leakage or any sort of theft. It will enhance the fleet and fuel efficiency for businesses of any size across various industries including, farming, fishing, construction, logistics and transportation, and many more. The customers can leverage the convenient and affordable IoT fuel management solutions and get real-time insights and historical data through the mobile platform and virtual command center in any location.
Mohit Mehrotra, the business head and MD of Omnicomm India, said that the presence and affordability of Skylo provide customers a whole different machine data solution which was a need of today’s times, especially for the industries that depend on machines to operate their businesses. He further said that they are excited to collaborate with Skylo to give a solution to all-size companies to leverage their highly accurate and very reliable fuel level sensors. The customers from logistics to construction industries and mining industry, everyone wants to get more information about their equipment, especially in the places where there is no connection.
The high-precision efficient fuel level sensors of Omnicomm are empowering fleet operators to check fuel consumption and uplift their fleet as well as fuel efficiency. It allows to detection of engine hours and vehicle idling, shows the fuel wastage and theft, and displays costs and requirements of technical maintenance. The sensors have almost 99.5 % accuracy and have the highest ingress protection rating of IP69K. The durability and robustness are bringing high hopes for the fleet businesses. At the same time, Skylo offers reliable coverage and enables customers to send and receive 2-way messaging, notifications, and continuous transmission of valuable sensor data such as temperature, location, vibration, and others.
IoT technology of Skylo allows Omnicomm to deliver an advanced solution that leverages the synergies between both companies to create a cutting-edge fuel monitoring system, said Mohit Mehrotra. The Skylo COO Angira Agrawal stated that the fuel cost is rising day by day and the logistic industries require to find methods to monitor and manage furl usage, its theft, and loss due to faulty equipment. He further said that the traditional analog businesses are also needing reliable connectivity everywhere, and the combination of both the companies will be able to provide the solutions to make decisions faster and smarter.
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