Bulk collection and distribution companies can benefit from Powelectrics Metron4 m2m technology for remote tank level monitoring in ATEX environments
Powelectrics IoT (Internet of Things) tank level solutions are flexible, afforable and highly proven, with many thousands of systems installed globally. Organizations in the EU must follow directives to protect employees from explosion risk in areas with an explosive atmosphere.such as LPG, petroleum, kerosene, chemicals or fine powders.
Powelectrics use Metron4 is used with approved ATEX sensors & barriers.
Powelectrics tank level telemetry can be offered as a service, assuring customers that they will not run out or overfill.
This value added service can win business as well as dramatically reducing your logistics costs.
It can also allow you to identify unauthorised deliveries or collections from competitors.
Our remote tank level monitoring systems are proven to reduce logistics and admin costs and help win business by enhancing customer service, improving safety and addressing environmental concerns.
MetronView is Powelectrics cloud. It offers customisable dashboards, reporting & alarms. It is a highly secure and scalable IoT solution, currently processing millions of readings every day, whilst only using a fraction of its processing capabilities. Data & alerts can be sent to unlimited users on any web-enabled device allowing multiple stakeholders to benefit from historical & current data.
MetronView is a standalone cloud, but also has a standard API, so data can be collected by existing platforms or application-specific portals, created by us or by our customers.The API allows integration to software like Navision, SAP, SCADA and platforms like IBM Watson, Microsoft Azure, AWS and Miimetiq.
Powelectrics have created a portal especially for customers who make bulk collections and deliveries, Metron TMS.
It includes theft and leakage alerts and the facility to set thresholds on individual tanks to alert you when tanks are reaching amber and red alert levels and even predict when individual tanks will need filling, based on recent usage.
These colour coded sites can be plotted on a map, by postcode, for simple logistics planning. Data may also be used to verify delivery dates and quantities for invoice reconciliation.