V-Probe is an electronic measuring stick that continuously measures the fuel level in high capacity vehicle fuel tanks. Thanks to capacitive level measurement technology, it performs level measurement without float. It integrates with Asis vehicle tracking and tanker automation systems and provides fuel control and control by transmitting the fuel levels of the tank to the systems.
Odo-Pulse unit is a km reader unit that counts the distance signals produced by the equipment of the vehicles that produce distance information while driving, generates odometer data and transmits it to the Cyber TTS Reader unit during refueling. It communicates wirelessly with Cyber TTS Reader via a private and high-security communication mechanism.
Odo-GPS unit is a mileage reader unit that calculates distance information with special algorithms while the vehicles are in motion, generates odometer data and transmits it to the Cyber TTS Reader unit during refueling. It communicates wirelessly with Cyber TTS Reader via a private and high-security communication mechanism.
Cyber TTS® Tag
Cyber TTS®tag is the vehicle identification unit of the vehicle recognition system developed by Asis. It can be easily mounted without screws and expertise with its special adhesive on it.It is mounted around the vehicle warehouse and read by the Cyber TTS® Reader unit using a special and highly secure communication mechanism.
Cyber TTS® Master
Cyber TTS® developed by Asis is the unit that enables vehicle recognition system to communicate with automation. It transmits the vehicle identification information read by the Cyber TTS® pistol reader from the vehicle identification unit to the automation system. Cyber TTS® communicates wirelessly with the gun reader.
Cyber TTS® Reader
The Cyber TTS®vehicle developed by Asis is the unit that reads the electronic identification information in the identity unit installed in the vehicle. Thanks to its battery operation, Cyber TTS®Reader communicates wirelessly with both the vehicle and the Cyber TTS®Master unit. It uses the UHF band as a reading technology. Both mechanical and electronic tamper lock have a high level of security with the ability to monitor gun movements in 3D.