Here at Pedigree Technologies, we are excited to announce that a new solution has been added to the OneView platform product line. When used alongside the Titan Logix TD80™ liquid-level gauging system, OneView can now be used to remotely monitor levels of crude, produced water, acid, jet fuel and other liquid chemicals being hauled in tanker trailers.
A lack of visibility of locations and fluid levels can result in costly field delays when there are fluid shortages in tanks. With OneView, you can remotely track, monitor and manage fluid levels in transit and increase productivity by ensuring tanks are full.
With the OneView mobile fluid tank tracking solution, you can ensure that tank capacity is utilized and fluids are being handled properly. Unauthorized unload alarms also aid in reducing your risk of exposure to liability issues related to illegal dumping.
The mobile fluid monitoring system was developed through a partnership between Pedigree Technologies, Titan Logix Corp. and Profab Industries Inc. Grant Cairns, Vice President and General Manager of the Pro-Fab Group of Companies stated, “We are thrilled to be working with world leaders Pedigree Technologies and Titan Logix to provide the most comprehensive remote and in-office fluid management solutions. We have used Titan Logix equipment for years on our Dura Haul trailers and we will now be offering this complete system with the latest in GPS technology from Pedigree Technologies OneView in our products, in addition to providing field installations worldwide.”
The TD80 gauging system is used to send fluid level readings to the OneView platform, which combines the data with the tank’s real-time GPS location. This allows a company to monitor tanks and other assets remotely and ensure proper handling is taking place. Pedigree Technologies Director of Product Management, Joshua DeCock said, “The main benefit of this feature is that companies can track where and how much fluid is picked up and dropped off. This gives traceability and helps ensure people are not dumping illegally or handling fluids improperly.”
Tank-level readings are taken any time the trailer comes to a stop. The system can also be programmed to send email and text message alerts if fluid levels change from one stop to the next.