AVI Automatic Vehicle Identification
Roseman AVI latest generation of Automatic Vehicle Identification, featuring state-of-the-art technologies that transform refueling across the entire value chain. The Roseman AVI system puts fleet managers in control of their fleets’ fuel consumption by preventing non-authorized refueling, and enables oil companies to lock-in loyalty and drive up market share.
Roseman tags consist of a secure chip with encrypted identification. Tags are installed next to the fuel inlet and are automatically-read by the Nozzle Reader when the fueling nozzle is inserted. For superior flexibility, the system supports both passive and active tags.
WIRELESS ODOMETER READER (optional) The Odometer reader option gives fleet managers visibility on actual fuel consumption.
The Odometer Reader connects to the vehicle computer (OBDII/j1708/j1939) or to VSS wire and collects odometer and engine hour readings.
WIRELESS NOZZLE READER (WNR)
The Wireless Nozzle Reader (WNR) is a small device, fitted with three RF technologies that reads the Roseman RFID tags and transfers tag information to the WAF antenna. Weather-proof and explosion proof, the WNR is specially engineered for the harsh nozzle environment. It features a built-in tamper mechanism that detects the removal of the WNR from the nozzle, preventing unauthorized refueling.
The WNR is fitted with a replaceable battery, and no additional wiring is needed to ensure convenient installation and maintenance. The Wireless Nozzle Reader supports both 1/2″ and 1″ nozzles, and includes adapters for most common nozzle types in the market.
Providing wireless coverage of the entire fuel station area, the WAF antenna communicates with the nozzle readers and the odometer readers mounted in ehicles stationed inside the forecourt. The WAF transfers data to the system controller. The WAF antenna can be installed inside the pump head or wall mounted inside an outdoor compact box or outdoor security camera housings.
The CVS application manages the AVI system, performing the following critical functions:
- Management of the Wireless Communication gateway controlling the
WAF antennas and the forecourt devices
- Identification and authentication of the vehicles (RFID TAG)
- Stopping the refueling when vehicle tag is not detected
- Reading vehicle odometer data and linking the information to RFID TAG
- Monitoring and maintenance of the forecourt devices
- RFID VEHECLE TAG
- Wireless Odometer Reader
- Wireless Nozzle Reader
- WAF antenna
- CVS APPLICATION