Vnomics debuts True Fuel analytics tool

Vnomics debuts True Fuel analytics tool

Vnomics Corp. has debuted its True Fuel fuel optimization solution. The patented, standalone system significantly improves fuel economy through real-time driver coaching and precise, comprehensive fuel use analytics for fleet managers, according to the company.

“True Fuel is the result of customer feedback and our commitment to the transportation industry to provide a driver coaching and fuel analytics tool in a format that can be used by any fleet, regardless of its telematics platform,” said Alan Farnsworth, chief executive officer of Vnomics. “We’ve taken our current fuel optimization solution, which has already proven to provide a 3-10% fleet wide fuel savings on several thousand vehicles, and packaged it as a stand-alone product that any fleet can quickly deploy and begin saving fuel immediately.”

Vnomics True Fuel precisely monitors each vehicle’s actual fuel usage in real-time and compares it to the maximum achievable fuel economy for that vehicle under its current operating conditions. To accurately identify the actual and potential fuel usage of each truck and each driver, the system takes into account the impact of vehicle make, model and age, terrain and load size.

“Vnomics knows drivers don’t need more visual distractions in the cab,” Farnsworth said. “With audio alerts for improper shifting, speeding and idling that signal only when the driver is not optimizing fuel consumption, True Fuel empowers drivers to take immediate action to improve fuel efficiency in real-time.”

For more information, visit the Vnomics website.

 

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