ATEK Access Technologies has launched its new TankScan TSU1000 ultrasonic tank monitoring system, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solution for material management. The TankScan TSU1000 monitor is an inclusive 4G LTE cellular tank level solution which provides remote level monitoring of deployed tanks, totes and containers.

The TankScan TSU1000 automated tank measurement system optimizes the distribution and collection processes while decreasing the need for manual inspections at remote tank sites. It also allows material managers to know when their customers’ tanks need to be serviced before they do. Additionally, the accurate tank data ensures trucks are deployed efficiently, eliminating costly run outs or overflows and providing just-in-time collections and deliveries.

“As leaders in the tank monitoring industry, we’re always investing in future technology to keep up with IIoT demands,” said Mark Osmanski, President & CEO, ATEK Access Technologies. “The TSU1000’s 4G LTE technology ensures the long-term viability of our customers’ monitoring hardware investment. It also allows them to plan fluid deliveries and pickups based on the latest information to achieve optimal route efficiencies and maximum customer service.”

With the ATEK Intelligence Platform (AIP), customers can remotely monitor one or 100,000 tanks because AIP provides tank level information anywhere an internet connection is available – via computer, tablet or smartphone. The user-friendly dashboard displays accurate measurements across all tanks, enabling users to utilize the intelligence to optimize business decisions around operations and logistics by knowing when a tank needs service.

The non-contact TSU1000 ultrasonic level sensor is fully integrated into the battery-powered device, which can be installed in locations where network power and connectivity infrastructure are not available. The monitor has a durable weather-proof enclosure and long battery life, making this solution ideal for use in a broad range of tank applications.

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