Want an in-cab computing system that integrates with your existing metering system?

At D.T.S. our in-cab computing solution seamlessly integrates with any of the fuel metering systems supplied in the UK. We provide a comprehensive solution that connects all the elements of the delivery process, including back office, mobile software, and vehicle hardware. By integrating electronic metering systems, such as MechTronic’s OptiMate, Sampi’s Tex, Emco’s Data Plus II or Alfons Haar PreciControl with D.T.S.’ in-cab computing capabilities, customers can experience a truly seamless and efficient delivery process.

Delivery tracking and management

In-cab computing systems, like D.T.S. can provide real-time tracking and management capabilities, allowing customers to monitor their deliveries and make adjustments as needed. This level of visibility is essential for maintaining customer confidence and ensuring timely deliveries.

In-cab computing and OptiMate electronic metering system

Fuel management

Combining in-cab computing with an electronic metering system, offers precise fuel management capabilities, ensuring that every litre of fuel is accounted for and reducing the risk of fuel contamination.

Vehicle maintenance and diagnostics

In-cab computing systems can also provide advanced vehicle diagnostics, allowing drivers and fleet managers to monitor vehicle performance and schedule necessary maintenance. This helps to minimise downtime and keep vehicles operating at peak efficiency.

Customers receive real benefits

At D.T.S. our in-cab computing system delivers significant cost savings to our customers, by streamlining the delivery process and reducing the risk of fuel contamination and vehicle downtime.

With real-time data and communication capabilities, customers can expect higher service levels and increased accountability from their delivery providers.

The integration of D.T.S. with your existing metering system allows for a scalable solution that can be tailored to the specific needs of each customer, ensuring maximum efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

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