The BiotechnologiesTyumen company is engaged in disinfection, pest and rat control of buildings and industrial equipment. Making the environment cleaner and safer for customers, the company also contributed to ecological improvement by equipping its fleet with natural gas engines. Methane is the most environmentally friendly fuel compared to other fuel types and reduces the related costs by 36%.
However, natural gas engines are more sensitive to overheating, and their improper operation can result in damage and fuel overconsumption. Therefore, the client needed to control the engines’ temperature range.
The Wialon partner, 76 Oil Tyumen, offered the customer a comprehensive solution that involves using hardware for reading the standard temperature and engine speed parameters via the CAN bus. Further, these readings are displayed and analyzed in Wialon Hosting.
The partner created a Viber chat for prompt customer service where clients can ask their questions and get answers within 24 hours.
Selection, installation, and connection of sensors: Experts from 76 Oil Tyumen connected SiLINES DS18B20 sensors to the Galileosky 7x terminal.
Data collection from the CAN bus of specific cars: upon the hardware connection, the system began to receive information on engine speed and temperature, as well as the amount of the remaining natural gas in the cylinder.
Even though the project has already been implemented, 76 Oil Tyumen has plans to extend the solution functions:
The solution offered by the Wialon partner allowed the client to prevent possible financial losses associated with potential damage to natural gas engines due to operating conditions violations.
Employees of the client company can quickly respond to emerging engine issues and prevent breakdowns.
Facilitate the perception of analytical data and, consequently, decision-making.
Knowing that critical indicators are being monitored online, drivers have become more careful with vehicles.
The customer saves on using natural gas as fuel and successfully avoids additional engine repairs and overconsumption costs.