Remotely monitor your railway fleet’s fuel consumption within an accuracy of +-2% to provide fleet operators with insights to lower their fuel usage.
GMT Rail monitors the location and activity of your fleet in real time by creating virtual zones around each station within your rail network.
GMT Rail identifies discrepancies along your railway via remote rail inspection technology, notifying you of any inconsistencies as they happen.
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With gmtRail’s unique rail fuel sensors we can accurately determine fuel levels and total fuel consumption before, during and after trips to support efficient fuel usage, in turn reducing fuel costs
See reports on even the smallest discrepancies on your railroad allowing you to eliminate any possibility of set-backs by identifying and mending faults before they become exacerbated
Through this detailed reports can be generated on train activity thus improving overall timetable efficiency
The data GMT Rail provides has the capacity to improve timetable scheduling by monitoring accurate station activity of your rail fleet.
Yes. On the Monitoring Tab you can see each train and next it will be the station it is currently in.
Yes. Just hover over the train name for a quick pop-up which will have the fuel reading on it.
Yes, you can create individual reports showing fuel used and graphs to show the fuel levels. You can also create group fuel reports based on train Type.
Yes, each train can have it’s own alert based on your specific criteria.
Yes, you will know the exact time the train arrived and left a station. You will also know how long it was there.
Yes, you can create an idle report that will tell you how long and where a train idled. By monitoring this your will see patterns developing and can address this to save fuel.
Yes, By knowing how much fuel you have, you will not have to ‘Top up’ to be on the save side. You will have less trips to the fuel depot, saving time and increasing services.
No, you can create as many reports as required. We have from over 30 reports to choose from.