With the help of Omnicomm's fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation

International hi-tech industrial company Omnicomm has sold its 600 000th fuel level sensor.

The milestone sensor has been recently shipped from the warehouse and sent to South Africa to Omnicomm partners for further installation.

With the help of Omnicomm's fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation
With the help of Omnicomm’s fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation

The fuel level sensor, Omnicomm LLS, is known for its accuracy and a high degree of reliability of 99.2%, which the company says is annually confirmed by both its small and large clients.

With the help of Omnicomm’s fuel monitoring technologies, thousands of companies are able to control fuel consumption and achieve visible optimisation. “Our clients save millions of tons of fuel and millions of dollars annually, Omnicomm highlights, illustrating that its client Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company saves up to 12 tons of fuel monthly, while monthly fuel savings at Norilsk Nickel add up to half a million US$.

The reliability of the sensor has been tested repeatedly in the harshest of conditions. The research expedition of the Russian Geographical Society “Reliable machines. Iron people” to the Pole of Cold (the coldest place on Earth with temperatures as low as – 71,2 ° C) became a serious challenge for Omnicomm LLS sensors in the extremely low temperature, but during two weeks of the experiment fuel level sensors did not show any malfunction.

“The Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensor, developed by the company in 2003, differs a lot from its predecessor, especially in terms of improved reliability, integrity of design and accuracy of readings. Since inception, our experts have constantly worked on advancing the sensor, mastering the design and calculation algorithms to perfection,” says Omnicomm deputy director for Business Development Sergey Gorokhov.

Omnicomm DDG Stanislav Emelyanov says the global use of the Omnicomm LLS sensor indicates the significant demand for fuel sensors. “We can confidently say that we are moving in the right direction making reliable, accurate and ease to operate products.

In 2015, the Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensor was selected as the “Best telematics product or launch in the emerging market” by TU Automotive, owing to the sensor’s impressive results in the core markets. With a large partner network, Omnicomm fuel monitoring solutions are distributed to 110 countries worldwide. During the last five years the sales volume increased tenfold.

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