Omnicomm Online - March, 2019
NEW FEATURES IN OMNICOMM ONLINE:
1. Gazpromneft Fuel Cards Support
A new operator has been added to the Fuel Cards section: it is now possible to verify the information on refueling operations paid for using Gazpromneft fuel cards with the refueling data received by OMNICOMM Online from the fuel-level sensor. To use this option clients need to request their supervision in Gazpromneft-Fuel cards.
2. Engine Load Distribution by Time Period diagram available
The diagram shows engine running time distribution into idle, normal and overload.
3. Maintenance Schedule Report
Now the report that is used to create maintenance service requests and monitor work progress is available from the general report panel.
4. New API Features
An external application (e.g., an ERP system) can now create a user (an account) or a vehicle profile in OMNICOMM Online. For more information about OMNICOMM Online integration opportunities, please see: http://doc.omnicomm.ru/en/omnicomm_online-integration_api
5. Representation of GSM/GPS signal jamming detection in OMNICOMM Online
The information on cases of active jamming of the GPS and GSM signals and their length detected by Omnicomm on-board terminals is now displayed in the Log report.
6. Data from the absolute engine meter in the Summary Report
The data from the engine hour meter is now shown in the Summary Report (like in the Maintenance Schedule report)
The initial value of the engine hour meter can be set up in the “Setting the initial values for maintenance control” section of the vehicle profile
7. A tenth of a temperature degree displaying is added in the Log report
8. Changes to the Vehicle Grouping Settings
The option of adding a vehicle to a group or moving it between groups is now available from the vehicle profile. The possibility of changing vehicle grouping has been removed from the object tree to avoid accidental movement of the vehicle between groups.