Automated Fleet Fuel Management

An automated fuel management system (FMS) enables fast, cashless and accurate billing and fuel dispensing by wirelessly identifying unique vehicles and drivers during the filling process. Fleet fuel management solutions are typically used for commercial fleets like buses, boats and airport...

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Seamlessly integrate RFID into your fuel management system

The HID Global identiFUEL™ system consists of RFID-enabled components that seamlessly integrate into Fuel Management Systems (FMS) to simplify management for commercial fleet and retail fueling stations. Incorporating RFID increases visibility into numerous operational functions such as monitoring and controlling costs; accurate billing; and identifying and authorizing unique vehicles to dispense fuel from dedicated fueling stations.

Fleet fuel management systems can be used commercially at dedicated industrial stations for airport maintenance, mining and construction vehicles, and more. Fuel management systems can also be used in retail for customer engagement programs. Customer vehicles equipped with RFID vehicle tags and RFID-enabled gas stations can implement cashless payments, efficient fueling processes and customer loyalty programs.

Key Features

  • Multiple RFID Vehicle Tag form factors available – four maintenance-free tags that automate and simplify vehicle identification. Vehicle Tags are programmable with specific fuel type requirements and suitable for multiple vehicle styles.
  • Ultra-rugged Vehicle Unit (optional) – can be connected to the vehicle electronics to seamlessly report valuable data on vehicle utilization, distance driven, engine cycles, and other operational statistics. The optional built–in RFID reader can read a driver’s badge or key fob for added security and statistics.
  • Robust Nozzle Unit reader – is easily installed on the fueling dispenser to read and transmit vehicle tag data to the FMS for authorization.
  • Wireless Controller – is a programmable base station to relay data picked up by Nozzle or Vehicle Units to the FMS and activate/deactivate fuel dispersion based on FMS authorization.