Sixth Energy’s Diesel Management System is designed to work with any Diesel Generator to monitor and provide real-time information on KPIs such as fuel consumption, DG run hours, fuel refills, DG health, and DG battery voltage. Our proprietary algorithms are designed for automated diesel monitoring and accounting to eliminate variables such as diesel tank shapes and sizes, temperature variations, etc., to provide maximum accuracy in measurements.
We install IoT Fuel sensors & smart devices, on the diesel generator, that monitor various parameters such as -power generated, battery voltage, run hours, fuel level, etc. A gateway device then communicates these readings to our central server over the internet. The sensors monitoring the Genset works on GPRS, 3G/4G wireless or Ethernet technology.
You can log onto the 6th Energy web application (or) Mobile App & view generator parameters, create reports, anywhere and any time. All reports include generator status, fuel and maintenance reports etc.
Sixth Energy’s solution comprises of smart sensors based on hydrostatic/capacitive measurement principle that communicate accurate information to our IoT gateway.
6th Energy’s Internet of Things (IoT) gateways act as conduits between the sensors and the 6E Cloud. They have built-in advanced machine learning algorithms that enable control of equipment. In addition, transport redundancy can be enabled in various configurations with a combination of cellular and Ethernet network, with either one as primary and backup network.
Data from the gateways is sent up to the 6E cloud. The cloud is designed for hyper-scalability and AI/ML support – which means that it can operate systems ranging from tens to tens of thousands of installations with the same real-time performance.
In most typical operations, the assets are distributed across large areas spanning thousands of kilometers, covering urban and remote areas. It is impossible to monitor each site individually without significant number of feet on the ground. Even with that, information is prone to errors and inaccuracies. A remote monitoring system simply monitors equipment 24×7 across multiple locations addressing this challenge.
Sixth Energy’s Data Explorer analytics system continuously works on the information from the remote site, recognizes anomalies, and flags them with actionable insights into potential causes and recommendations on corrective action.