Those days are gone when truck drivers needed to stop at a
payphone to get directions of information about their next haul.
Today, most of the trucking companies are using on board computer
system for proper delivery.
When an operator using OBC system he or she is required to scan a
customer tank mounted RFID tag prior to pump engagement. The
operator can see the customers address and account information
that is automatically displayed as the truck enters the customer’s
yard with the help of GPS and database. This is really a special option
of OBC system.
At the same time, the driver confirms the customer location and
prepares to make his delivery. Undoubtedly, the delivery procedure
is absolutely in the right way and safely. The driver scans the RIFD
tag attached to the customer’s tank and the tag is sent wirelessly
back to the truck up to 1000ft away. So this is really a special way to
deliver product with good customer satisfaction.
There is another option that is included in this industrial radio remote control system. The customer account
information contained on the RFID tag corresponds with the truck current GPS that coordinates the record of
customer information. When the procedure is continuing, an authorization message is transmitted back to the
handheld display allowing the operator to initiate the delivery.
Any attempt to unload the product without a match between the record and the tag data is red flagged an
exception report is generated in the delivery record showing the driver's name, time of the day, volume unloaded
and also the location. So this exception report will send by text to appropriate supervisory personnel.