Fuel Management System – FMS3000

The Fuel Management System (FMS3000) automates the fuel dispensing resource in your organisation, reducing fuel loss (theft) and eases the operational and administrative load in this area.  It will also provide management information for better planning and control.The system design caters for small and large operations.


  • Modular construction for ease of system expansion.
  • Keypad offering customer specified entry options e.g. Job, registration and fleet numbers
  • Authorization control by tag or Pin code
  • All pumps can be operated simultaneously
  • Transaction report
  • Tank gauging and low stock warning
  • Stock Control / Stock Loss
  • Security levels to secure data integrity
  • Real time vehicle fuel consumption reports and alarms
  • Planning and scheduling of vehicle maintenance
  • Computer sets up and monitors against the expected vehicle consumption
  • Access Control per driver, vehicle or petrol attendant
  • Measurement of fuel flow to the vehicle per product per access code
  • Recording of information in a database for a short term log
  • Reporting of information for admin controller and management


  • Modular construction for ease of system expansion
  • All pumps can be operated simultaneously
  • Stock is monitored and planned
  • Reducing paperwork
  • Eliminating human error
  • Tank leakage is measured
  • 24 hour Automated system
  • Reduce theft
  • Electronic history
  • Fuel usage trends
  • Controlling driver’s license code per vehicle
  • Integrating with most client’s financial system
  • Exception reports
  • Immediate reaction to abnormal situation

Basic Operation:
The Fuel Management System (FMS3000) system comprises of:

  • Computer situated in the administrative office
  • The fuel pump controller (FPC) is connected to the computer (FDC) and also to the petrol (fuel pump
  • The petrol attendant gets access to pumps by presenting his tag to the FPC reader
  • The quantity of fuel dispensed to that vehicle is recorded via the FPC to the computer


  • Consumption per vehicle
  • Distance per vehicle
  • Tank level
  • Tank gain/loss
  • Fuel usage per depot
  • Fuel usage per driver
  • Fuel usage per vehicle
  • Total fuel usage per organisation per time
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