Just in time to transfairlog, the Dar + Timm GmbH presents the series start of his practical radio sensor series “scomsens”. Various kinds of data around the trailer can be captured so easily. With scomsens, we have expanded our trailer telematics family makes sense, and we are pleased to be able to present them to the specialist audience in Hamburg”, says Hans-Hermann Ruschmeyer, Managing Director of Dreyer + Timm. The FINTEL telematics experts at the edge of the Luneburg Heath now offer an intelligent and easy-to-use all-in-one solution from scomsens, scombox and scomview. The compact, robust and waterproof scombox is equipped in addition to the optional EBS and temperature recorder interface via a local wireless interface that now scomsens can be fully exploited, in conjunction with the wireless sensors.
The data received from the wireless sensors are transmitted by GSM/GPSR at the Internet portal scomview. There, the information is processed and clearly illustrated. Because the scomsens wireless sensors like already the scombox and scomview were developed 100% in our home, hardware and the software can be matched perfectly. This is a great advantage of our telematics family”, explains. The wireless “wireless sensors offspring” is equipped with a battery life of up to 10 years. With the radio sensors installation times are reduced tremendously, because especially in retrofits by conventional sensors the wiring is usually a considerable period of time.
The scomsens wireless sensors make possible completely new applications, which so far technically and economically not satisfactorily resolved. Currently offers the Dar + Timm GmbH on them for three functional areas: doors: the wireless door sensors signal sticker – and tamper-safe opening and closing on trailer doors. Temperatures: The radio temperature sensors can be in any number and at any point in the reefer semitrailer attached directly to the goods and transfer the measured temperatures to the scombox. So, the MRP controller receives a complete and timely documentation of the temperature in connection with location data. Truck identity: Depending on a scomsens wireless truck ID sensor is mounted with two screws on the tractor. The scombox in the trailer can now simply identify the tractor. Completely new possibilities for theft protection and fleet management poses”, says. If the scombox is a tractor that is deposited not at her, an alarm is triggered. Dispatchers in the day-to-day business now always have the overview of trailers and tractors. For trailers, which are transported by contractors, it can help in addition to the recent Federal Court of Justice ruling on team liability, if it is to prove what tractor with trailer which was. Scomsens radio technology in conjunction with the scombox more is expected in the future. We will realize soon more applications”, promises.