GPS MONITORING AND CONTROL OF FUEL

Assignment:

Stojan palivaInvestors and the sponsor is a company that operates in the field of gastronomy and transport food to their own retail stores. The owner of the company owns along ten trucks and passenger vehicles operating on diesel-fueled and their working time devoted also administration, which relates to the registration service costs, fuel and insurance claims.

Requirements:

The company had researched the market and its requirements were clear. The security system chosen must simplify fleet administration, enabling an overview of vehicle use by employees, monitoring of a logbook, and an online system for tracking their vehicles in the field. Company management wants to ensure vehicle monitoring in order to confirm compliance in business trips, monitor staff, and the very important requirement of continuous monitoring and control of fuel tanks against disappearance of fuel.

Solution:

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On the basis of the tender, the company decided on installing the KeetecSat monitoring system in six trucks and one passenger vehicle. Thanks to the detailed journey summaries created from the monitoring of vehicles, the system can easily track and evaluate the number of private trips and business trips, obtain information about unauthorized vehicle use, maintain an online overview of the current whereabouts of company vehicles, create a real overview of fuel costs through the use of fuel probes, and ensure the constant monitoring of both vehicle and driver. By running the KeetecSat system, the company acquired information on the actual working times and travel of its employees, with the financial department gaining the ability to monitor the daily electronic logbooks.

Result:

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The KeetecSat system met the company’s demands. Thanks to its functionality, the unauthorized theft of fuel by a company employee was detected. This employee would drive with maximum fuel efficiency, only to then siphon out the fuel saved for private purposes. After the employee admitted to the theft, the amount of diesel taken was determined to average 15 litres per week. Following this revelation, there was no repetition of similar incidents. Furthermore, in the first months after the system’s installation, the company reduced costs while increasing the efficiency of vehicle use and working time, which resulted in higher profits over the previous period.